Small Stencil Projects, Big Hit
Cutting Edge Stencils‘ Trellis Allover Stencil was used to create a gorgeous jewelry organizer and matching cork board for a teenage girl’s bedroom! The room decorating idea was brought to us by Pam from the blog DIY Design Fanatic! The following is a how-to tutorial on creating this adorable craft project:
The jewelry organizer was made out of a piece of plywood cut to the same size as the existing cork board. Pam cut two pieces of burlap to be a few inches larger than the boards. The burlap was then secured to a stable surface with painters tape.
The interlocking design of the Trellis Allover Stencil made it easy for Pam to paint the entire piece of burlap without missing a beat! After the painted stencil design dried, Pam attached the burlap to the plywood and cork board with a staple gun from behind.
For a totally chic look, Pam attached upholstery tacks to the edges of both boards. She then screwed on drawer pulls (to hang earrings) and knobs (to hang bracelets and necklaces) from the back of the plywood for the jewelry organizer.
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Thanks for reading!
Melissa and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew