What you will need:
Stencil-I used a stencil I had purchased from Joanns its about 12 inches tall and wide.
Small foam roller- for smooth surfaces like mouldings and cabinets.
Paint- Oatbran from Lowes/Vlaspar
Fabric drapes- washed and ironed
I layed the fabric down on my island in my kitchen and started at the top left corner. I used the edges of the stencil to place my pattern. it is not perfectly spaced but its good enough for me. This picture show the actual color of the drapes and the paint I used for the pattern.
Sorry for the bad lighting this room is either dark or really bright..
Here is a close up of the drapes.. I need to make these drapes longer so they go all the way down to the top of the tub..
I think you did a great job. The colors are very soft and you did just the wright amount of stencils. I love the shelf and the decorations you put on it.ReplyDelete
Beautiful stencil work! Love the paint color too! I wonder if the fabric is still washable after stencilling.ReplyDelete
Hey thanks for stopping by my blog. and for your comment. I hope these drapes are washable. I am guessing yes but the paint probably won't hold up if i wash them all the time. I put them in my bathroom cuz I knew they would stay pretty clean for a long period of time.Delete
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You're too kind. Thanks for the kind words. And thanks for stopping by I am thankful for your support :)Delete
HOw CUTE! I love it:-)ReplyDelete
Thanks Cat, It was good to see you last night. I hope you have a happy healthy week :) LindsDelete
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Thanks for stopping by my blog i love to hear that you've been following for a year! That's so exciting to me. I really appreciate your support.Delete