What’s cookin’， good lookin‘；？？ Well for one thing Cutting Edge Stencils is! We’；re still sizzling from out latest morning TV shout-out on the Rachael Ray Show.？ If you missed， you can watch her DIY Tip-Off featuring yours truly.
Taniya Nayak’；s DIY stencil tip is not the only thing that has us on fire today! We have three new ‘；fan’；tastic crafty stencil ideas that are hot off the burner and ready to be served.？ So grab a napkin to wipe the drool off， as you salivate over these easy yet stunning stencil projects.？ With a little help from Cutting Edge Stencils， your home’s interior design will be looking hotpillow shams floral， hot， hot! ？The best part about these stencil projects is that they were all completed by people just like me and you!？ Yup that’；s right!？ They’；ve all been submitted by our ‘；fan’；tastic stenciling fans.customized gifts for her
A special thanks for our crafty DIY fan’；s for providing both the before and after pictures to show you how a little bit of stenciling can go a long way. So get excited to see the creative things you can do with old furniture，？ inexpensive curtains and fashionable stencils!
For example， take this ho hum IKEA organizer shown below.？ Well Evey，crafty blogger and stencil fan from Sweet Song Bird transformed this plain gray organizer into eye-catching beauty using the Lily Scroll Stencil. Absolutely stunning! I have to add that this was also Evey’；s first time stenciling a project on her own.？ Evey was a stencil virgin until she had visited our studio for our Blogger’；s Day Out event.？ Armed with stencils and some inside stencil tips， she felt inspired to stencil her mini chest of drawers.？ Use a color similar to Benjamin Moore kendall charcoal on your wall to get this look.
Is your basement the dumping ground for old， displaced household furniture？？？ Jenn， a our stencil fan from Clean &； Scentsible， can feel your pain.？ Her basement had no decor style and had become a collection of old pieces of furniture.？ Since the family spends a good amount of time there， she wanted to make it cozy.？ The table was an old craft table that floated down to the basement when the craft room was redone.？ So she decided to get crafty using our new Herringbone Stencil.？ A little bit of chalk paint and she has what looks like a brand new designer table. Who would have guessed by looking at it!
Sometimes a small and simple project can really make a big impact on a room!？ Take this gorgeous window transformation that Ashley， from the Little Yellow Barn just completed.？ She had rather blah looking yellow curtains staring back at her saying give me that designer flair! ？ And that’；s exactly what Ashley did after she got her Vision Stencil.？ I don’；t know about you， but I’；m in love with her new space.
Which of these three projects would you be mostly likely to attempt？ Leave us a comment below.
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Thanks for reading， and good luck stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
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