This is what it looked like before I refinished it. You can’t see the nicks and scratches but they were there.
Regardless, I think you can still get a good feel for just how beautiful it turned out.
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It’s described as: “This cool modern stencil is inspired by sound wave patterns. We call it “Resonance” and feel that it captures the nature of radiating vibrations. You can create a stunning wall effect with this modern stencil. Use this design in a free form manner or lay out your pattern on your wall ahead of time using little pieces of blue tape. This design is perfect for contemporary interiors, or when a subtle background pattern is appropriate. It looks stunning in metallics, golds, silvers or even tone-on-tone. The stencil is very forgiving and easy to use. You can create very interesting textured plaster effects with this pattern and experiment with DIY curtains and furniture embellishment.”
This is an easy design to stencil with a dense foam roller. For expert stenciling tips, please watch their How to stencil videos! You’ll find them extremely helpful for your stenciling project. Even beginners get great results!
Some key elements to remember when stenciling are:
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Material I used for this project:
- Stencil (cuttingedgestencil)