The Art of Stenciling
From sprucing up an outdated piece of furniture to transforming an entire room into a lavish retreat, this comprehensive resource reveals how to add personality to any decor with the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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Acetate or card-stock Acrylic paint adhesive Stencil Allow the paint allow to dry Applying the Paint base coat birds Blue Dish Collection blue paint brush card-stock paper chair chest clean cobalt blue corner cornice craft knife create design Blue Dish designs as listed designs on pages desk drawer drop leaf Enlarge design 200 f Stencil fabric foam board Follow the instructions freezer paper Full-size design Blue green paint instructions for Applying Kokopeli lampshade latex paint Lightly spray Moon motif outer edges paint color painter's masking tape Palette pencil piece place the stencil plate polyurethane Pounce quilt raspberry clusters remove the stencil ribbon-and-flower Ribbons and Flowers scalloped sea sponge shade side sponge Spray adhesive spray paint spray the back Stars Collection sten Stencil designs Stencil paint Stencil the design stencil with adhesive strips tablecloth valance wall border wave design window valance yellow paint