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Hi Rishabh, You can purchase this stencil pattern in our online shop located here: .... Happy Stenciling!
DIY: How to paint a Wall Stencil
Stenciling takes patience! But, you get
For a more detailed look, try a more delicate stencil in one room or wall in your home. Stencil designer Janna Makaeva of Cutting Edge Designs shows how it's done.
“Wall stenciling” — bluffoak
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Stenciled Wisteria Border
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Just wondering what paint color you used to create the stencil, and where can i find a stencil like that?
purple/lilac acrylics. all done with stencil brushes. The stencil is my design, it is sold on Cutting Edge Stencils, and it's a Wisteria border or Wisteria Kit. With the kit, you'll have to hand paint the vines (very easy with a liner brush and some brown acrylics) and the border already has the vines incorporated
wisteria as a border and ceiling medallion in a traditional interior. Check out Makaeva's site for this stencil design, more Makaeva originals and tutorials. More: Stencils: All Grown Up and Sophisticated
Beautiful ceiling and walls. Done with stencils.
Stencils like the ones for the summer bedroom.
“leaves for bathroom” — makkiecawoodretief
Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils
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Makaeva likes to use stencil brushes for smaller, more detailed designs like this frilly wisteria. "I personally just love stencil brushes. That is where you get creative and
to the wall next my stenciling," she says. "It’s a very handy trick that often saves you t
Step 2: Put a little paint on your stencil brush and brush off the excess on a paper towel. Then, with a light touch, start dabbing your brush onto the stencil design. The lighter
on your stencil brush and brush off the excess on a paper towel. Then, with a light touch, start dabbing your brush onto the stencil design. The lighter you do it, the more light and translucent the coverage will be. "I like to tape my folded paper towel right to to the wall next my stenciling," she
“Step 2: Put a little paint on your stencil brush and brush off the excess on a paper towel. Then, wi” — ilhamperisi
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Add to ideabook by Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils Step 3: Start dabbing. "If you need to add another color, take a second stencil brush, load it with your new color and dab it over the parts of the stencil design that need that color," she says.
Step 3: Start dabbing. "If you need to add another color, take a second stencil brush, load it with your new color and dab it over the parts of the stencil design that need that color," she says. Private Comment
Step 3: Start dabbing. "If you need to add another color, take a second stencil brush, load it with your new color and dab it over the parts of the stencil design that need that color," she says
“Stencil painting” — Daisy Miller
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and continue to stencil until the whole design has the desired paint coverage and shading.
Don't worry about that extra paint over the top of the design. All that goes away when you lift off the stencil. "Your color blending doesn’t have to be perfect or very smooth."
will quickly be covered with paint. Lift a corner and take a look. If you like the effect and paint coverage, put the corner back and continue to stencil until the whole design has the desired paint coverage and shading.
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on my stencil," she says. Here she adds rust and yellow ochre to her green leaves.
"I love over-dabbing the previous color here and there with another color to get nice blended effects on my stencil," she
Add to IdeabookMore Info "I love over-dabbing the previous color here and there with another color to get nice blended effects on my stencil," she says. Here she adds rust and yellow ochre to her green leaves
How to paint a wall in stencil
"I love over-dabbing the previous color here and there with another color to get nice blended effects on my stencil," she says. Here she adds rust and yellow ochre to her green leaves.
“Wall” — carolyncreech
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East stenciling technique using stencil brushes.
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Add to ideabook by Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils Here she adds some olive green to the edges of some leaves on a wisteria border design.
Here she adds some olive green to the edges of some leaves on a wisteria border design.
the edges of some leaves on a wisteria border design.
Here she adds some olive green to the edges of some leaves on a wisteria border design.
“Add to ideabook by Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils Here she adds some olive green to the edge” — ilhamperisi
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around the edges of the stencil openings," Makaeva says. "This very simple touch gives you amazing depth and dimension." Private Comment
Step 4: Add shading. Once all the main colors are on, "pounce a dark color around the edges of the stencil openings," Makaeva says.
Add to ideabook by Janna Makaeva/Cutting Edge Stencils Step 4: Add shading. Once all the main colors are on, "pounce a dark color around the edges of the stencil openings," Makaeva says. "This very simple touch gives you amazing depth and dimension."
Step 4: Add shading. Once all the main colors are on, "pounce a dark color around the edges of the stencil openings," Makaeva says. "This very simple touch gives you amazing depth and dimension."
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