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Add Beauty to Outdoor Furniture with Stencils
I found a cute little folding table for my patio at the thrift store. Just $4.00!
I took it home, cleaned it up and spray painted the top black.
I then added a spray pattern of gray/ blue.
Then patterns of metallic gold
After it was all dry, I taped the stencil in place at the edge of the table, allowing only part of the pattern to be visible on the edge of the table.
A 1/2″ stencil brush and black acrylic paint were used to add the stencil design to the table. For this project, I used our
Raised Plaster Leaf Panel Stencil
Remove the stencil, by gently peeling it back, to reveal the pretty new stencil design.
The black design against the muted colors of the top of the table making for a striking new look!
Give it a coat of exterior sealer for outdoor use.
It’s never ceased to amaze me how you can take a thrift store find and turn it in to something really awesome with just paint and a stencil design!
Now, it’s a part of my yard decor and is something I use regularly and just love!
Create an Ornamental Backdrop for your Stove with Plaster Stencils
I fell in love with Raised Stencils the moment I plastered my very first design in 2001.
I love the raised beauty they produce, which mimics designs on the ceilings and walls of high end homes.
Plaster stenciling can be done on nearly any surface including tile!
In this example, I used Wood Icing from
Raised Plaster Chancelor Frieze Stencil
to create a beautiful design behind this stove.
Worried about splashes from food? Simply seal with clear, non-yellowing polyurethane to make it easy to clean.
Raised stencils are commonly used with plasters, but you can use them with paint too! You will simply find it to be the highest quality, most durable paint stencil you’ve ever used!