Now how could you not want to hang out in this back yard when you are surrounded by tall, beautiful daisies on a wood fence? What a cute idea that went viral once it was published and we couldn’t keep this design in stock.
Our Large Daisy Stencil is so easy to use. Simply stencil the stems, repeating them to any height, add the daisy flower head to the top and then stencil leaves where ever you wish. Stencil with a roller and you will find it a super quick job!
Stencil first in gray and then off-set flowers in white, with some covering gray daisies. It makes for a lush garden you will love! Now, imagine this on a wall inside the house! How fun and cheery!
We’ve always been all about decorating the inside of our homes. But what about the outside?
There are many ways to use stencils and your own creative artwork to add your personality to outdoor spaces.
I love decorating with raised plaster stencils. They create a raised design on anything you put them on! Whether you want to add an elegant design to planter boxes,
Or make over an old garden tool shed,
Plaster stencils give you dimensional beauty!
On this shed door, I combined plaster branches from our Raised Plaster Pine Tree Stencil Set with pine cones from the included plaster molds to give it a woodsy look.
Just about any surface can be embellished with your own art or stenciling.
Here, Lynn Low used her own hand painted art to create an interesting mural on her block wall surrounding her pool.
Simple acrylic paint was used to create the tree, vines, bushes and urn full of plants. Where you don’t have artistic skills, that’s where stencils come in!
So before “living outdoors” once again takes place, take a look around your exterior to see what you can make prettier with a bit of art.
Exterior surfaces that can be stenciled:
Concrete walkways and patio floors
Porch posts and floors