I’ve been anxiously awaiting this tutorial from the moment I first saw this photo on Instagram, and now it’s up! Head over to House by Hoff to see how April used her Silhouette Cameo and a reverse stenciling technique to create this seasonal art. On Tuesday I shared my Pumpkin Mantel with you all. Your […]
Reverse stenciling is a method of masking off a pattern or design and applying paint over it. Once the mask is removed, the design remains in the negative space that was not painted.
There are so many ways to be creative with stencils around the Holidays, and today we’re linking out to a few blogs featuring tutorials for stenciled Christmas signs. Candy Cane Kitchen Sign Bev from Flamingo Toes created this sign inspired by the pattern on a plate she found at Pier 1. Visit her blog for […]
As we’ve seen before, you can etch a design in a window using a stencil and etching cream, but did you know that there are also spray paints available to create a frosted glass finish? Krylon and Rustoleum each make one. For this post, I’ve gathered together some great blog finds which demonstrate use of […]
As we saw in our previous stenciled pumpkin post, doilies can make great stencils. Since then I’ve done some research and found a number of creative examples where both where doilies and lace were used for stenciling, and this week I’ll be sharing them with you. For today, here are a few blog finds with […]
This video by Tim Holtz demonstrates the use of masks with inks for paper crafts, but these masks would be perfect for paint applications as well. Using masks in this way is often referred to as reverse stenciling or negative stenciling. You can find Tim Holtz Idea-ology Masks online at eBay, or Amazon.com