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Stenciled Drapes to Bring Some Drama to a Room

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I used a cutting edge stencil and craft paint to create some interest and add some personality to my living room. It was my first true stenciling project and I am so happy with how it turned out.

To see more: http://www.balancinghome.com/2012/06/stenciled-drapes-cutting-edge-stencil-giveaway.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Kristen @ The Modage Cottage
    Kristen @ The Modage... Charlottesville, VA

    Megan, my entire home is filled with white curtains and after reading your post, I absolutely plan on adding some stenciling. Hopefully, they will turn out as beautifully as yours....

  • Megan from Balancing Home

    @Kristen @ The Modage Cottage I know they will!! Such a more affordable way of updating curtains. I was ready for some vavavoom! ;)

  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA

    @Megan from Balancing Home - I have an idea!! Since YOU have the stencils and the experience, how about we all send our drapery panels to you - Heck, I'll send whatever 'type' of paint to tell me, and you could probably whip all our jobs out before

    ANITA G Oak Lawn, IL

    nice, but can you use flat paint

  • Megan from Balancing Home

    @ANITA G I think you can. Some paints might make for stiff fabric. Definitely worth experimenting on some throw away fabric. Especially if you have a can of paint on hand you would like to use.