About a month ago, I was inspired by a stencil project that Heather at Love and Life at Leadora had created. She applied a beautiful stencil to the glass window in her front door. While thinking my china cabinet needed some lace in the glass doors, I remembered Heather’s project.
This is Heather’s front door, the source of my inspiration.
Her stencil work is intricate and beautiful And her dog’s cute, too!
This is my cabinet that I wanted to add lace panels to … but thought a stencil would be more unique.
Hubby had some old brushes and white acrylic paint, so all I needed was the stencil and adhesive.
I cut the stencil apart so I could fit the edging better.
I didn’t use a lot of stencil adhesive so the glass would remain clean.
The trick is not to thin your paint too much. Then simply brush it onto your stencil.
I used a fairly simple stencil for this project.
This is what it looks like with doors open.
And with doors closed.
Thank you, Heather, for your inspiration!
Be sure to check out Heather’s wonderful blog at Love and Life at Leadora.
She’s amazingly talented, as I’m sure you’ll find out while poking around her blog.