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12 Ways To Refresh Your Decor: Stenciled DIY Projects

12 Ways To Refresh Your Decor: Stenciled DIY Projects

With the weather finally warming up, it puts us in the mood to bring spring into our homes, too! A really easy way to give your home a breath of spring flair? Spend an afternoon with a stencil and some paint to create one of these easy DIY projects to refresh your home decor. They all use our Stencil1 line, available in select Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, and our FolkArt Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint.

Find links to all the tutorials below - let us know how you plan to refresh your decor in the comments below!

From Top to Bottom; Left to Right 

Linen Pillow from Finding Home: We love the creative way the pattern is actually made into stripes using painter's tape in this cool DIY pillow.

Honeycomb Bee Pillow from Create and Babble: The stenciling technique used in this honeycomb pillow gives it a dimensional effect! 

Nautical Pillow from I Dig Pinterest: Ahoy, matey! Give a bit of nautical chic to your space with this a pop of decor.

Upcycled Wood Pallet Art from A Glimpse Inside: Use a surface like wood to warm up the room and create a unique focal point.

Burlap and Glass Wall Art from Shrimp Salad Circus: Layering glass and burlap makes easy DIY art. 

Vintage Sign from Shaken Together: Personalize a piece of wood with a word, monogram or name to give any room a special touch! 

Monogram Doormat from Raising Dick and Jane: The doormat's the first thing visitors will see when they come to your home - give them a special first impression! 

Modern Circles Doormat from Brown Sugar Toast: Designer doormats can be expensive - we love how this basic one gets an upscale treatment! 

Swallow Doormat from Holy Craft: Another cool treatment is this layered look using the swallow stencil set design.

Reclaimed Wood Planter from Saved by Love Creations: Follow the easy step-by-step to make this planter from pallet wood and wood glue - the finishing touch is a simple design on either end. 

Stenciled Tea Towel from Love Pomegranate House: Give your kitchen a pop of color by choosing a contrasting color on these super easy dishtowels.

Bee Coasters from Minted Strawberry: You'll have guests buzzing about these pretty pieces! 



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