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How to Blend 2 Stencils into 1 Design

How to Blend 2 Stencils into 1 Design | Paint + Pattern

Pairing a lettering stencil with an Allover Damask Stencil creates a modern French look that is great for kitchen, craft room, home office or any room in the house that needs an elegant look.

See how we created a gorgeous black and white wall in our studio by pairing our Petal and Plumes Script Wall Words Stencil with the Delightful Damask Wall Sencil in two easy steps.

Create a faded look with Delightful Damask Stencil by Royal Design Studio | Paint + Pattern

Step 1: After preparing a base coat of charcoal gray, use a lighter shade of gray and a foam roller to stencil the Delightful Damask Wall Stencil pattern on it. This pattern is going to be in the background, so use light, uneven pressure while stenciling to get a faded look. For this project, we used Behr Ultra Premium Plus Evening Hush paint for the base coat and Dark Pewter for the damask stencil pattern.

Layering with Petal & Plume Script Wall Stencil by Royal Design Studio | Paint + Pattern

Step 2: Next, use a contrasting off-white color to layer the damask pattern with our Petal and Plumes Script Wall Words Stencil. We used Behr Ultra Premium Plus Popped Corn to achieve this look.

Pro tip: The key to getting clean lines in stenciling is to thoroughly offload your paint from your roller brush on a thick paper towel before you start stenciling. Get more roller stenciling tips on our blog post: Stencil How to: Ombre Chevron Stripe Pattern.

Petal & Plume Script Wall Stencil paired with Delightful Damask Wall Stencil by Royal Design Studio | Paint + Pattern

That’s it! Your stunning new wall is all ready to impress!

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