You could use a stencil like this... but just know this is a VERY time-consuming project! I've stenciled tile on a couple of fireplaces, and I've found that the more intricate the pattern, the longer it takes because there's always a lot of touch-up work. Good luck!
Maybe use paper or preferably plastic Doilies to do the job! Hope that help. Otherwise fix a piece of lace to the walls and go over with paint.
Practice stenciling on something before starting the project. You can get "lace" stencils on Amazon or at your local craft dealer. Use a soft touch brush and acrylic paint or house paint. Hope this helps Ronda
I did a large highboy dresser by painting the base coat, then laying a large lace tablecloth over it and spray painting your color for the lace. I pick tablecloths from the thrift store since they usually have such nice medallion designs in the middle and are more interesting than plain lace.
Hi Ronda, hope this is what you are looking for
This large scale stencil is lovely: https://www.royaldesignstudio.com/products/skylars-lace-floral-stencil
Use way less paint than you think to prevent bleeding. Clean the stencil often as you work.