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New Damask Stencil: Name it to Win it

Post Update: This contest in now closed. 

The winning stencil name was Persian Garden Damask Stencil suggested by Christine Carino.

Find the Persian Garden Damask Stencil on Royal Design Studio.

Check back on our Stencil Contests page often for your chance to win!

Name it to Win it Stencil from Royal Design StudioYour favorite ‘Name it to Win it’ is back!

We have designed a gorgeous new stencil to add to our Damask Stencil Collection. This beautiful pattern will not only help you deck the halls during the upcoming holiday season, but is designed to bring elegance to your home throughout the year. Its free flowing floral pattern can give a graceful, feminine touch to any room, furniture or craft project.

We know you are eager to get your hands on it! But before we make it available, we need your help in finding a perfect name for this stencil. From all of the responses to past contests, we figured our best stencil names come from you guys!

So, Hurry! Leave your best name suggestion in our comments section below before midnight, Oct 12th. If we PICK it, you WIN it! Good luck!

Note: To prevent spam on our site, all comments need to be approved. Don’t worry if you don’t see your comment right away!

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212 comments

  1. Christine Carino

    Persian Garden Damask

  2. Arbre de la vie! (Tree of life in French)

  3. Victorian Hedge

  4. Tree of Life Damask

  5. Romance in bloom

  6. Saturday in the park!

  7. Terrace Topiary

  8. Ageless Elegance

  9. Pointelle Damask

  10. Midnight at the Oasis

  11. Acapella Elegance or simply Acapella

  12. Isobel Damask
    Has a Downtown Abbey feel to it.

  13. Gustavian Christmas Tree or Gustavian Christmas

  14. Garden delight

  15. The Royal Cascade

  16. Harmony Damask

  17. My first thought was tree of life. I see that other people thought so too!
    So to come up with something else,
    delicate damask OR. Audrey’s Damask
    It’s lovely

  18. Charlottes Web

  19. Almond blossom of hope damask
    Or
    Hope blossom damask

  20. ‘Lil Miss Lacey Lou

  21. Micheline Mulaire

    Enchanted

  22. Secret Garden

  23. White Tree of Gondor
    or
    Minas Anor

  24. Chandelier Damask or Damask Chandelier

  25. Spring is in the air.

  26. Monsoon / Monsun

    OR

    Shalimar

  27. Shalimar OR Monsoon

  28. Royal Flutter

  29. Persian Leaf Damask

  30. Bellissimi Fiori

  31. Hanging Garden Damask

  32. “Garden of Earthly Delights”

  33. Chandelier

  34. Bohemian Crystal Chandelier
    Météorite chandelier

  35. Chandelace (like chandelier+lace)

    Or

    Chantily Lace

  36. Queen Anne’s Floral Damask

  37. dream forest

  38. michelle gorzycki

    Callie’s Garden

  39. pinecone damask

  40. Filigree trees.

  41. michelle gorzycki

    Belle of the Ball

  42. Streets oh Paris

  43. Garden of Eden

  44. Pinecone Damask is exactly what I was gonna say, but I see someone already said that!

  45. Luscious Lilac

  46. Garden Lace

  47. Gypsy Damask

  48. Monique Sheldon-Stemm

    William Morris Retrospective Floral

  49. Delhi Garden

  50. Simply …….

  51. As soon as I saw it I thought of Springtime in France. Therefore I think it should be called “PRINTEMPS”

  52. Versailles Trellis
    or
    Trellis at Versailles
    or
    Petit Trianon Trellis

  53. i will name it

    SAGTIKOS

  54. Whimsy, Whimsy Garden, Whimsy Tree, Whimsy Willow, Indian Whimsy 🙂

  55. ingrid van shipley

    FIREWORKS

  56. Tree of Life

  57. Parisienne Perfection

  58. Content.

  59. Content

  60. Undulating flowers and leaves damask

  61. French brocante

  62. Biminey

  63. BIMINY

  64. MOULIN ROUGE

  65. Perennial Espalier
    as it will be a symmetrical, ever-blooming delight wherever it is used…

  66. This is lovely! I’d name it “Queen’s Ransom”.

  67. Beautiful Branches

  68. Pointelle

  69. Janine from Maine

    Damask Drops.

  70. Filigree Dust, Filigree Sparkle, Filigree Splendour
    Filigree Delight, Filigree Romance, Filigree Elegance

  71. Enchanted April

  72. Dainty vine damask

  73. Bellissimo or Bellissima

  74. Love’s in Bloom

  75. Christmas Morning

  76. It is very delicate; I would call it” Lady Arabesque”.

  77. Love in Bloom Damask

  78. Canterbury Topiary

  79. Or… Canterbury Vines

  80. Flourish with flowers!

  81. Arbor damask

  82. Jardin de arboles damask

  83. Victorian Charm

  84. Tree of Life

  85. Sandy’s Secret
    This is such a lovely, soft stencil. I would be honored to win it.
    Thanks for these wonderful opportunities.

  86. This stencil is magical! My first thought was, “Refined Elegance” or “Genevieve,” but after realizing the floral pattern resembles a Christmas Tree when you look closely, the name “Glad Tidings” or “Hope,” came to mind.

  87. Flowering cacoon

  88. Tree of Life

  89. Crystal chandelier

  90. Filigree Garden

  91. Filigree Definition – Delicate and intricate ornamental work made from gold, silver, or other fine twisted wire.
    An intricate, delicate, or fanciful ornamentation.
    A design resembling such ornamentation.

  92. DeVine Tree Damask

  93. Wonderland Trellis

  94. Divine Trellis Damask

  95. I love this new design, it should be called
    Shangra La La

  96. The perfect name is….AS TIME GOES BY…..from the movie Casablanca …

  97. ‘feuilles de’licates’ damask

  98. My immediate thought was TREE OF LIFE.

    If that has already been suggested
    My new choice would be

    RADIANT FOREST

  99. Bountiful Bushes

  100. Blossom & Vine Damask

  101. Beautiful…delicate… I would call it “Springtime in Paris”

  102. Lace chandelier damask

  103. Aribellas elegance

  104. Airebellas elegance

  105. Treasured Flowers

  106. Staff of Life Damask

  107. Twining Vines

  108. Twining Vines Damask Medallion

  109. Autumn’s Encore Damask Medallion

  110. Petite Foliage Damask

  111. Parisian Glam for the new damask stencil!!!!

  112. Serendipity Tree

  113. Drury Lane.

  114. Castelet tree
    Millefeuille (a french cake litterally called “thousand leaves”)
    Aroma tree
    Green vulture
    Green spirit
    Absinth…
    So inspiring! 🙂

  115. ingrid van shipley

    FIREWORKS!

  116. Aspen Shimmer

  117. Eliza’s Trellis

  118. Beautiful stencil – name Royal Lilac

  119. Beautiful name – Royal Lilacs

  120. Paisley tree…or paistree

  121. Floral rain damask

  122. Floral rain

  123. Le Chateau Versailles Damask
    Or
    Damask Royal
    or
    Tres Magnifique Damask

  124. Mille Fleurs
    (= a thousand flowers, in French).

  125. Proud Mary or Proud Dame

  126. ‘Arbre de vie….. Tree of life in French

  127. Jane of All Trades

    Enchanted Forest Damask

  128. Delicate Fancy Damask

  129. Tender lace is what comes to my mind

  130. Damascene

  131. “Malala” after our newest and youngest Nobel Prize winner.

  132. Garden Party

  133. Enchanted Forest

  134. Espalier Elegance

  135. Cascading Elegance

  136. Djinn Damask

    When I saw the new pattern I thought, “Arabic” and “magical”, hence, “Djinn Damask”. A djinn is a genie, as in “Your wish is my command”.

  137. Cordelia Lace

  138. Laurel Tree
    Laurel Lace
    Laurel Damask

  139. Floral trellis Daze, Floral trellis Days

  140. Secret Gardens

  141. Victorian Damask Dream!

  142. Wallflower, or Romantic Notions.

  143. Topkapi Trace. Reminds me of the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul

  144. Sultan’s Saffron

  145. Flowering Tree of Spring

  146. Saffron of the Sultan

  147. Chantilly – the quintessential feminine floral lace, a perfect damask pattern.

  148. Filigree of undulating vine flowers.

  149. Blooming Elegance Damask

  150. Wow, fun naming. My inspiration…my travel in India
    Mughal Dreams
    Jaipur Jewels
    Zenana Mystery or Zenana Dreaming
    Jewels of the Taj
    Dancing Jewels

  151. Madeline in the Garden

  152. Chandelier Gardens

  153. Damask delight,
    Damask Jewels

  154. Flickering Filigree or Flickering Chandelier Damask

  155. Secret Garden

  156. Babylon damask or Bombay damask

  157. Celestial Body

  158. Taiyi Lanterns.
    These remind me of the floating Chinese paper lanterns the way they r laid out/grouped together. In their culture paper lanterns were used to celebrate Taiyi…The god of Heaven, in the hopes of bringing good fortune to its people, as he was believed to control the destiny of the human world.

  159. snowflake damask, Moroccan lantern damask, paper lantern damask,

  160. BLOOMING CRYSTALS or BLOOMING CRYSTAL DAMASK

  161. Le petite jardin
    Le jardin de fleurs

  162. Desert filigree

  163. Cosette – It makes me think of the garden where Cosette sees Marius (Les Miserables).

  164. Royal Lace

  165. Queen Anne’s Lace

  166. Floribunda

  167. Flowering Lattice

  168. Garden Elegance

  169. Peacock Trellis

  170. Wind in the willows

  171. Garden Gate

  172. moroccan lace

  173. The top of this beautiful stencil looks like an elegant light shimmering off of a vintage gate with climbing flowers. It reflects softness, charm and sends a softness throughout. How about Reflections of Grace Damask?

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