- Concrete Pavers (We already had 45 18×18 inch size)
- DecoArt Americana Acrylic paint – your favorite colors
- Stencil of your choice (I chose 18×18 inch size)
- Variety of brushes ( some like sponge brushes, I like bristle brushes but you do you)
- Outdoor Concrete sealer
- plastic bowls for paint
STEP 2: CLEAN PAVERS AND PREP AREA
If you are purchasing new pavers – this step may be optional. We had 10 years of grime that needed to be power washed off. We set up two 8 ft plastic table to work on the pavers. Cover the tables with butcher paper or painter drop cloths. Our pavers are 50 lbs each, yeah. Whew! I (with hubs help) laid out three pavers per table.
STEP 3: LET THE STENCILING BEGIN!
I chose to keep this simple. I found this DecoArt stencil here instead of creating a stencil from scratch which you could totally do. I used handy dandy painter’s tape to secure the stencil to the paver. This worked incredibly well and allowed me to move quickly from paver to paver.