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Cutting Edge Stencils’; stencil patterns can be used to design totally chic picture frames that can add a little charm to your home decor!

Katie’;s Nesting Spot

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Katie, from the blog?Katie’;s Nesting Spot, made this beautiful, large frame out of layered canvas! The supplies she used to create this stenciled decorating idea were: 12×;12 blank?wrapped canvassofa pillow cases, acrylic paint, stencil brush, and Cutting Edge Stencils’; Small Nagoya Allover Stencil!

After the base coat of green acrylic paint dried, Katie used adhesive spray to stick the stencil to the canvas. She used her stencil brush and the stippling technique to paint the Nagoya Allover Stencil with blue acrylic paint. Once the stenciling was finished and dry, Katie attached a mounted photo of her child that she made at a photo lab! The results of this stencil project are so sweet!

Shanty 2 Chic

Ashley, from the blog Shanty 2 Chic, also stenciled these darling frames for her house and home! What she used: plywood boards, spray and acrylic paint, stencil brush, cheap 5×;7 frames, and Cutting Edge Stencils’; Turkish Tulip Stencil!

Ashley used?Rust-Oleum Heirloom White spray paint for the base coat of the plywood, and stenciled the Turkish Tulip stencil pattern?with the dry-brush method using?Slate Grey by Americana acrylic paint. Ashley then ripped off the stands of the frames and made holes in their cardboard backings. She put a nail in the center of each plywood and hung the frames on the nails. This way the photos are?interchangeable! Brilliant!

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Melissa and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew

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I opted to use seed beads and waxed cotton twine – I know it doesn’t sparkle and shine the way some people make their wraps, but it keeps the cost way down, which I think is important for seasonal pieces. ?Depending on what you keep on-hand, this should be something you can make for $5 or less.