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What’s Your Stencil Relationship Status?

Cutting Edge Stencils Shares the Various Ways You Can Incorporate Stencil Patterns Into Your Home Decor

How’s all my stencil loving friends doing today? Are you suffering from a slight crush or a full on infatuation with stencil patterns?  We at Cutting Edge Stencils are for sure head over heels in love and ready to walk down that stenciled aisle! We just can’t get enough pattern fun.  From Geometrics to Moroccan stencil designs there is just so many to choose from and so many ways to use them.

So we put together this guide to building a healthy relationship with our zippy stencil patterns.

Use stencils to spruce up your home decor! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/wall-stencils-stencil-designs.html

You’re A Stencil Flirt

The Conundrum: Stencils have caught your eye, but you’re not quite ready to tie the knot.

Our Stencil Solution: The great news is that craft stencils like Chevron Craft Stencil and the Casablanca Craft Stencil are gonna let you test drive the snappy pattern you adore but on a much smaller scale with accent pieces. Stencil a throw pillow or an organizational cork board and then stand back and admire you’re work of art.  You can also use the allover wall stencils on your craft projects like Amy from The WhisperWood Cottage did.  She used our Hourglass Stencil in a bold blue to add a little pattern pizazz to her space.  Then there’s Lindsay from Southern Lovely, who used our Mermaid Allover Stencil to create this oh-so-fabulous cork board.

Use craft stencils to add pattern and color to your space!  http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/craft-furniture-stencils.html

You’re Having A Casual Stencil Fling

The Conundrum: You’ve developed a full-on stenciling crush. This is usually caused by completing one stencil project. And while you’re willing to go a little further than flirting, a permanent wall relationship isn’t in the cards (yet).

The Stencil Solution: Up the ante with bigger pops of the pattern.  Try incorporating stencil patterns into larger decorative elements like curtains, area rugs, or even canvas art. Pick items that make a statement, that can be switched out should you find yourself daydreaming over a new stenciling trend (did you hear about big florals?) in the next couple of months.  Here our craft fan, Jennifer used the Hand Forged Stencil to create a giant canvas work of art for above her bed.  While Tracie from Casa de Tracie Mae used our Zamira Stencil to create a gorgeous accent rug for her living space!

Stencils can be used to spice up an area rug or create gorgeous canvas art! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/wall-stencils-geometric-stencils.html

You’re Totally Committed to Stencils

The Conundrum:  It sounds like we were meant for each other!  You love stenciling patterns as much as we do.  Whether you chose to stencil one wall or the whole room, you’re going to feel like a stencil rockstar!  Just ask, Janice and Emmanuel.  They transformed their guest bedroom with strong pops of color and pattern using Wild Berry Damask Stencil.  Sharyn, another Facebook fan, also has a great example.  She used our Chelsea Stencil to update the look of her powder room  Simply Stunning, don’t you agree?

Stenciling one wall or all four is the great way to add pattern and eye catching appeal to any room! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/stencils-damask-stencil-walls.html

Which stencil relationship are you?  Tell us in the comments below!

For more on stencils:

  • Shop our Stencils and find the perfect one for your space!
  • Check out our other stencil videos!
  • Once you complete that stencil project, come share it on Facebook!

Thanks for watching and reading!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew


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