Cutting Edge Stencils -Table Makeover plus a Giveaway!

Cutting Edge Stencil

One of the easiest ways to transform any surface is with paint.  Add a stencil and you take it up a notch.  I had this cute funky table but brown just wasn’t showing off her personality!

I painted the table with an aqua oops paint from my stash, used a linen colored craft paint and a stencil from Cutting Edge!

Thank you Cutting Edge for providing an awesome stencil for my project!

And Guess What?!

I am joining six of my blogger friends and we are ALL offering a $75.00 giveaway to Cutting Edge Stencils!

You can enter at all SEVEN blogs!

SEVEN blogs. SEVEN ways to win. SEVEN awesome stencil projects!

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Now let me show you how I added color to my living room by using paint and a Cutting Edge Stencil.

before

Don’t you think she needs a little something?

stencil supplies

I used the Allover Stencil Zamira from Cutting Edge Stencils.

With these awesome large stencils, you can complete a table, wall or floor in no time.

Just pour your craft paint on to a paper plate, load your sponge roller with paint.

fill and remove paint.

Spread out some paper towels to unload the paint from your roller.

You don’t want your paint to drip and get under your stencil.

Keep in mind less is more, in this case 😉

tape secure stencil

I used tape to secure my stencil.  I placed it under the edge of my table, and on the bottom of my stencil.

stencil

Here can see where I have stenciled one side and repositioned the stencil to complete the other side.

Once the paint dried, I waxed the table with dark wax and distressed.

Half way there!

stencil

edges destressed

stenciled table

My refreshed table, Murphy approved!

Summer look, created with Cutting Edge Stencil and funky table!

table stenciled

Get ready to win!

Enter the giveaway on all 7 blogs!  I can’t wait to see what you transform!

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Comments

  1. says

    I’d stencil the wall in my son’s outdoorsy themed room with the Birch Forest Allover stencil.

    Thanks for such a great giveaway.

  2. says

    I love this idea! So many times I have wanted to paint a “pretty” on a distressed piece but do not have the ability. This is such a cool way to get the look I want. I love this transformation! Pinned! XOXO! Rebecca

  3. Erin says

    I would stencil some old wood, so I can make some shabby chic artwork! I also have some cloth painters’ tarp that I would love to stencil and create some new throw pillows!

  4. Stacey says

    Yours is the stencil that I would want if I won! There is a wall in our living room that is just DYING to be stenciled!!!

  5. Amy Frye says

    The first thing I would stencil would be our very boring entryway. It really needs help. It’s a very small area which makes decorating a bit of a challenge. I think adding a beautiful stencil will give it some life.

  6. Jeanne J says

    I would love to win! My front living room wall looks so sad! Cutting Edge stencil would spice it up! Maybe the Entwined Allover Stencil or the Birch Forest Allover Stencil or…it’s so hard to pick one! I love them all!

  7. Lisa Wenckus says

    Since I am a beginner at stencils, I would love to stencil my file cabinet in my craft room! It is an old black cabinet that is in desperate need of a makeover! Once I feel comfortable I would LOVE to do an entire wall!!

  8. Jill says

    LOVE IT!! I redid an old table with a flower border. The colors were too bright so I put some wood stain of it. Looks antique. Perfect. Great color choice.

  9. Deanna says

    We’re finishing our basement so I think I’ll stencil the bathroom, maybe a feature wall behind the toilet. Thanks for the opportunity!

  10. says

    Nice job! I’m using the Crazy Daises stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils in my daughter’s room. I’m about 80% done! My older son wants the Birch Forest stencil for his room.

  11. Teresa says

    I just did the Zamira in our powder room. I love the distressed look you did on the end table…I’m thinking I should do some sort of pop of color on my all brown matching (snooooore) furniture in our LR. I’m looking forward to doing a stencil in our master bedroom next!

  12. Cheryl says

    What fun! I love seeing things reused, repurposed and brought back to life! I am planning to do an accent wall in my living room, and would love to do an old dresser.

  13. Michelle L. says

    my bedroom walls & some furniture. I love the blue used in this project. Did you already say what color it was? I’d love to use it in my home. :)

  14. Megan says

    I would stencil new bedroom curtains with the moroccan allover stencil in bright yellow, Thanks for the giveaway!

  15. Fawn B. says

    I would paint and then stencil the floor-to-ceiling bookshelf we have that we use to store extra pantry stuff in….

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