Jennifer Ferguson Decorative Pattern Rollers
Jennifer Weber Ferguson
Jennifer Weber Ferguson
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  • Huntington Beach, CA

"How-to" Use Decorative Rollers

2 Materials
1 Hour

Here is a fabulous tool for creating pattern and design in your decorative finishes! For additional information on working with the rollers, please check out my blog post:

These decorative pattern rollers are so much fun to work with - you can roll through just about any material and shown in the video.

Simplicity Roller
Simplicity Roller

Here is the finished sample from the Video - I used a tinted Metallic Plaster and troweled a sheer layer over the pattern that was created with the Simplicity roller.

Crocodile and Artsy Leaf rollers
Crocodile and Artsy Leaf rollers

They can be used on many different surfaces as seen in the photo above - creating furniture and cabinetry finishes - Crocodile Pattern roller and Artsy Leaf roller were used.

Side table created by Angie Stewart
Side table created by Angie Stewart

The Crocodile roller was used by Angie Stewart of RockStar Glam House to create this side table!

Artsy Leaf Roller
Artsy Leaf Roller

This finish was created using the Artsy Leaf roller and several different textures.

APS Decorative Pattern Roller Collection
APS Decorative Pattern Roller Collection

You will absolutely love working with these rollers - so many different possibilities - it's endless :) Check out my web site for the complete collection!

Suggested materials:

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Jennifer Weber Ferguson

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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  • Deborah Plance
    on Jan 5, 2017

    Would this work with paint? What I mean is, if you paint the wall one color and then use another color paint with this roller?

  • Beverly Thomas
    on Oct 2, 2017

    Can this be used on kitchen counters or linoleum? Thanks.

  • LeeAnn
    on Feb 13, 2018

    What was the process to use the artsy leaf roller and have it turn out like the tan/ cream leafy picture on your website? It states that you used multiple textures. Thank you!

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