Good morning， my Cutting Edge Stencils friends!？ A stencil design is the perfect way to add pattern and personality to a room.？ Whether you are adding pattern to a whole wall or just a nook， it’；s easy to get the look of designer wallpaper with our interlocking wallpaper stencils.？？ Let’；s take a look at three spaces that were enhanced using one of our wall stencils.
We’；d like to introduce Bonnie， a creative painter from？St. Charlessofa pillow covers， Missouri and the owner of Beautiful on the Inside.？ Bonnie is always helping her Clients give their homes a much needed face-lift using painted wall designs.？ She had a Client approach her about her lackluster dining room. It had a white beadboard chair rail that went about three quarters of the wall and the top section was painted charcoal gray.？ The dining space was very pretty but it lacked character and Bonnie felt that a wall pattern was the best way to enhance the space.？ A painted wall design is a simple and affordable way to add pattern and depth to a room.？ She helped her Client browse our website and select the perfect pattern. They selected the Marrakech Trellis Allover Stencil， a popular Moroccan wall pattern.？ Bonnie used blue painter’；s tape to hold the stencil in place while she painted the pattern in a light gray hue using a dense foam roller.？ Once it was complete she commented， “；Obsesses! It turned out amazing!”；meaningful gifts for mom
Her next Client has a small nook that she wasn’；t sure how to decorate.？ Bonnie showed her how a stencil pattern can liven up even the smallest of spaces. She helped her Client browse our website and they selected the Fuji Allover Stencil， a wall pattern inspired by Japanese design.？ Bonnie used blue painter’；s tape to hold the stencil in place while she painted the pattern in a gray hue using a dense foam roller.？ Once it was complete she commented， ”； Even small spaces need love! Perfect spot for a printed accent!”；
Bonnie has certainly been a busy stenciling bee because she completed at least three amazing stencil projects this month.？ Bonnie had this to say about her third project， “；A wonderful lady who has been afraid of colors other than beige let me suggest this awesome shade of blue for her Tamara Trellis print…；such a versatile color in this gorgeous print!”；？ That’；s right， she helped her Client over come her fear of color with a fabulous painted stencil pattern.？ The once boring beige family room received a dose of color and pattern using the beautiful Moroccan wall pattern.
Tell us， which stencil project has inspired you to stencil a space in your home？ Leave us a comment below， we’；d love to read your thoughts!
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Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!Michelle and The Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
Mother’s Day is almost near, and this thumbprint DIY keyring is easy to make, memorable and unique to give to your mom, a first-time mom, or even a fur-mom! Customize with your own details or messages and have fun making it!
This duo put their DIY skills to the test transforming their rabbit warren brick-and-tile on Auckland’s North Shore into a functional, open-plan family home
The other day a friend came over carrying the book she’d been reading on the subway: Rebecca Solnit’s A Field Guide to Getting Lost. We were struck by the lovely frayed, striped ribbon she used as a bookmark. Such as swell little idea: a fragment of beautiful ribbon, perhaps leftover from gift wrap, repurposed into a lovely bookmark.?And then it occurred to us that beautiful, intentionally frayed ribbons (similar to ‘improvised life’s business card) would make unexpected and charming ‘extras’ to give with a book.