Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Holiday Home Decor That You Can Create With Stencils!
Happy Wednesday, my DIY pattern spotters! From singing yuletide carols to baking homemade cookies, Cutting Edge Stencils is feeling the holly jolly spirit. Luckily for us, so is one of our favorite home decor magazines, Better Homes & Gardens! As we were flipping through their oh-so-pretty living rooms decorated for Christmas, we couldn’t help but squeal with joy as we spotted patterns that looked so similar to our stencil designs. Let’s see if you can do the same and once you spot’em, we’ll show you how to recreate the holiday decor using our stencils. So let’s get started!
Tres Chic Living Room:
If classic Christmas isn’t your thing, we love the idea of this chic, country inspired setting. Combining a deep pink with a vibrant green is a winning holiday color combination. Can you spy a pattern in this living room?
If you can’t take your eyes off that vibrant green pillow, then you’ve nailed it! That pretty Moroccan pattern on the pillow will be super easy to paint if you use our Trellis Allover Stencil and Benjamin Moore’s rosemary green 2029.30. Read our how to stencil a pillow cover tutorial for the step-by-step process.
Woodland Living Room:
Do you love the look of everything rustic? A natural Christmas tree covered in frosty snowflakes feels right at home in this lodge-like living room. Do you know what else works well in this space?
Did we hear you say our Snowflake Craft Stencil? You got that right! Recreate that gorgeous wall art using a framed piece of glass, our 3 piece snowflake stencil and FolkArt Enamels in Frosted White and Glitter Silver. Read our tips and tricks on stenciling glass here. But wait, we see one more stencil project peeking out from under that pretty Christmas tree! Do you see the glittery snowflake pattern on that tree skirt? We do and we know you could totally recreate it using our Snowflake stencil. Buy plain white fabric from a local craft store and trim it to the desired shape around the tree. Then stencil the wintery pattern using FolkArt Metallics in Silver. There you go, a gorgeous frosty snowflake filled room!
Traditional Twist Living Room:
As Better Homes & Gardens mentions, “Using lime instead of a more traditional emerald green is the perfect way to put a twist on traditional Christmas decorations!” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves, because the same thing goes for stencil patterns. Can you see a traditional pattern in the living room below?
Yup, that Houndstooth stocking is exactly what we were thinking. Purchase an inexpensive all white stocking and then give it a stenciled twist using the Houndstooth pattern in a fun limey shade like Benjamin Moore’s limeade CSP-865. And there you have it!
Sky Blue Living Room:
Shades of sky blue look amazing and certainly stand out against this dark green Christmas tree. Do you know what else stands out in this blue-hued beauty?
See those blue-tiful curtains hiding behind that tree? How could you miss them? Find a pair of all blue curtains and add a geometric flair using our Entwined Stencil in a creamy shade of white. Learn how to customize your curtains here.
Which one of these stencil projects do you love the most? Leave us a comment below!
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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew