How to Highlight a Focal Point With Stencils

Use a medley of motifs to frame a headboard—or a mirror, a window, even a cased opening—with style. See the full Step-by-Step with tools and shopping lists> http://ow.ly/uRGSK
how to highlight a focal point with stencils, how to, painting, wall decor, Combine a few different stencils and you can create a custom pattern shaped to surround and highlight a favorite feature of your room The work goes quickly once you get the hang of it RELATED Pro Stencil Secrets
Combine a few different stencils and you can create a custom pattern shaped to surround and highlight a favorite feature of your room. The work goes quickly once you get the hang of it. RELATED: Pro Stencil Secrets http://ow.ly/uR
how to highlight a focal point with stencils, how to, painting, wall decor, Arrange the stencils on the floor to see how they might flow keeping in mind that this type of pattern works best when strong vertical elements such as branches are oriented toward a focal point like this headboard
Arrange the stencils on the floor to see how they might flow, keeping in mind that this type of pattern works best when strong vertical elements, such as branches, are oriented toward a focal point, like this headboard.
how to highlight a focal point with stencils, how to, painting, wall decor, Put down the base coat and let it dry Measure the wall and use a pencil to mark out the area to be stenciled and the position of each motif RELATED Patterns Ideas
Put down the base coat and let it dry. Measure the wall, and use a pencil to mark out the area to be stenciled and the position of each motif. RELATED: Patterns & Ideas http://ow.ly/uRH0w
how to highlight a focal point with stencils, how to, painting, wall decor, Start the pattern on the lower left and work from the left side to the right side In a ventilated area lightly spray the back of a stencil with repositionable adhesive let dry for a few seconds and press the stencil in place
Start the pattern on the lower left and work from the left side to the right side. In a ventilated area, lightly spray the back of a stencil with repositionable adhesive, let dry for a few seconds, and press the stencil in place.
how to highlight a focal point with stencils, how to, painting, wall decor, Load a small foam roller or a medium stencil brush with paint To discourage bleeding remove excess paint by running the roller or brush over a folded paper towel Using light pressure roll or pounce on the paint
Load a small foam roller or a medium stencil brush with paint. To discourage bleeding, remove excess paint by running the roller or brush over a folded paper towel. Using light pressure, roll or pounce on the paint.
how to highlight a focal point with stencils, how to, painting, wall decor, Peel up a corner of the stencil to check coverage and lightly apply more paint if needed Take care to clean and dry any stencil before flipping it over to create a reverse image SEE THE FULL STEP BY STEP
Peel up a corner of the stencil to check coverage, and lightly apply more paint if needed. Take care to clean and dry any stencil before flipping it over to create a reverse image. SEE THE FULL STEP-BY-STEP: http://ow.ly/uRGSK

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