The Art of Stenciling

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Martingale & Company, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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From sprucing up an outdated piece of furniture to transforming an entire room into a lavish retreat, this comprehensive resource reveals how to add personality to any decor with the surprisingly simple craft of stenciling. Even beginners can quickly learn to stencil on surfaces throughout the home, from fabric and furniture to walls and floors.
-- Over 30 simple-to-sophisticated stenciling projects for chairs, dressers, cabinets, lampshades, mirrors, and even quilts
-- Classic to contemporary motifs, from ribbons and flowers, raspberries, and Southwest designs to blue-and-white dishes, ivy swags, and sun, moon, and star patterns
-- Step-by-step guidance for making stencils and creating special effects, plus full-size, easy-to-trace patterns for each project

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These two books will provide a wealth of ideas for those interested in this decorative painting technique. Hickey begins with a review of the supplies needed and techniques used, then provides clearly ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS
4
TECHNIQUES
10
Making Your Own Stencils
20
Copyright

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