Stencils Can Easily Recreate A Bone Inlay Design On A Round Table
Good morning, my DIY friends. Cutting Edge Stencils is always sharing how you can use the Indian Inlay Stencil kit to recreate the high-end bone inlay designer look. For quite awhile now, our fans have been using this simple stencil to create beautiful square and rectangular tables while those with round tables watched with envy. That was until we launched our Indian Inlay Medallion, a stencil perfect for round table makeovers! Come see how one of our favorite bloggers used this circular bone inlay pattern.
We’d like to welcome back Ashley,the blogger behind Domestic Imperfection. Ashley is known for the gorgeous Indian Inlay stenciled table she created a couple of years ago. Remember this one?
Ashley loved her stenciled table and when we were launching a circular version of this stencil, she was ecstatic. She had purchased a round tabletop for a couple of dollars.
Ashley painted it gray using Pavestone by Sherwin Williams. Then she was ready for the fun part, stenciling! Ashley placed the stencil in the center of the table. She used painters tape to hold it in place and a dense foam roller to paint the pattern in white.
After she painted one side of the medallion, Ashley flipped the stencil to paint the second half of the table.
Once the stencil was complete, Ashley coated it with a wax to protect it. Ready to see how it all turned out? We think this round gray and white Indian Inlay stenciled table looks gorgeous!
Want a chance to win a free stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils? Enter the giveaway on Domestic Imperfection!
Tell us: What do you think of this round Indian Inlay stenciled table? Leave us a comment below!
Looking for more stencil fun?
- Shop our stencil designs and find the perfect stencil for your project!
- Follow us on Pinterest to see awesome inspirational photos!
- Have you completed a stencil project? Come share it on Facebook!
Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew