Posts Categorized: #stencil

Safari Cupboard

  A non-traditional interpretation of a safari theme on a vintage cupboard using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and a Royal Design Studio Stencil, Tiger Stripes. Decoupage, image transfer, and stencils are easy ways to add art to your projects. If you are looking for inspiration using these mediums check out my posts, Paint and Pattern,… Read more »

Moroccan Stencil

This small chest of drawers was painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® Henrietta. Using the Royal Design Studio Camel Bone Weave stencil and a mix of Henrietta and Pure White, I painted the repeating pattern on each of the four drawers. Hardware still to be determined. Stencils are an easy way to add design to… Read more »

Inspired by Louis Vuitton

  Years ago I came across a Louis Vuitton trunk for sale in an antique store in Versailles, Kentucky. Even though I knew it was a once in a lifetime, great find, it was still way over my budget and I went home without it. Since then, I have been fortunate enough to collect a… Read more »

A Supporting Role

This heavy old mirror was a dark walnut when I found it in at a flea market. Due to age, some of the silvering has worn away (most noticeable in the top left corner) and it has a wavy look you sometimes see in old glass. At first, before I painted it,  I used it… Read more »

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