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Stenciling

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House Numbers

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Stenciling with Martha Stewart's Vintage Decor Paint

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Glittered Stenciled T-Shirt Craft

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Turkey Coloring Book Place Card

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Stenciled Botanical-Print Wallpaper

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There's no need to start with a blank canvas. Metallic dots stenciled onto a botanical wallpaper result in a striking union of abstract and figurative aesthetics. The bold frieze guarantees the setting will be anything but staid -- perfect, one might say, for tea with the Bloomsbury group.
Materials
  • Wallpapered wall
  • Small sheet of glass (palette)
  • Palette knife
  • 5 to 7 ounces acrylic paint in metallic ivory
  • Matte medium
  • Dot stencil
  • Drafting tape
  • Natural sea sponge
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Stenciled Lace-Print Folding Screen

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The delicate lace design on this screen only looks complicated. In a reversal of stenciling norms, the central motif is unpainted; light-gold paper is accentuated by a dappled coat of copper-pink paint.
Materials
  • Multipanel folding screen (hinges removed), covered with gold wallpaper
  • 24 ounces acrylic paint in metallic copper and 2 to 3 ounces in magenta
  • Jar with lid
  • Palette knife
  • Small sheet of glass (palette)
  • Lace stencil
  • Natural sea sponge
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School Scrapbook Pockets

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