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Paint Yourself a Stenciled Concrete Floor

Paint Yourself a Stenciled Concrete Floor

Recently, Bob Vila shared a fabulous tutorial on how to stencil a concrete floor using our lovely Large Camel Bone Weave Moroccan stencil. The inspiration for this post and floor stencil project photo came from none other than our friend Maryam Montague’s book, Marrakesh ...

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How to Stencil a Stencil-tacular Door Mat

How to Stencil a Stencil-tacular Door Mat

Pretty Handy Girl, Brittany, shared how to stencil a plain vanilla, thrift store door mat with eggshell paint and our Small Chez Sheik Moroccan stencil to create a cute, custom welcome rug for her door. Notice how the stenciled paint picks up the ...

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More Moroccan Stenciled Excitement in Lonny!

More Moroccan Stenciled Excitement in Lonny!

Maryam Montague and Moroccan Intricate Zelij stenciled door on the cover of the new Lonny Magazine. Hand stenciled indigo floors in the dining tent by Melanie Royals of Southern California’s Royal Design Studio, provide a sophisticated platform for entertaining. Lonny shows off a perfect table ...

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Chalk Paint ® Stenciled Rug Redo

Chalk Paint ® Stenciled Rug Redo

Wow, a from old boring rug to fabulous graphic stenciled rug floorcloth using Chalk Paint ® and our Large Marrakesh Trellis Moroccan Stencil. Stellar Junk really showed her “heinous old rug” who’s boss! A terrific redo! What other ideas do you have using stencils for ...

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Sew Dang Cute Stenciled Rug

Sew Dang Cute Stenciled Rug

  Tam at Sew Dang Cute shared her experience making a Moroccan stenciled rug for her front door and had such a great time that we shared one with her to give away to her readers. She used our Moorish Trellis Stencil for this ...

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Sending Words of Love and Hope to Newtown

There is great healing power in love-and through art. Nichole Blackburn of Celadon Studios combines both and channels them through her non-profit organization Big Sky Countries, which allows her to travel extensively, creating inspiring donation murals for disadvantaged children worldwide. When Nichole, a ...

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