Happy Friday， my Cutting Edge Stencils fans.？ Our creative fans continue to surprise us with their clever and beautiful stencil projects. We really enjoy seeing their DIY home decor projects using our stencils! So we decided to round up some of our favorite fan projects of the week.？ Come be inspired by their creativity…；accent pillow case baby canvas living room deco
We are going to start off this highlight with a creative idea for decorating a kitchen floor. Kristi B. shared her Antico Allover stenciled floorcloth on our Facebook page saying，？ “；The floorcloth I painted last week is now in its new home. Doesn’；t it look beautiful？”；？ We think it turned out awesome!
Do you love the idea of dressing up an old piece of furniture with a stencil？？ We sure do! Kim Gordon from Pretty Used Things recently shared a dresser that was stenciled with the Chandelier Stencil on Instagram sayingpersonalized gifts for him for birthday， “；I freakin’； love this rustic gone glam dresser! Finished in black and accented in 3 different metallics.”；？ By the way， looks like she plans on giving this baby away to one of her lucky Facebook fans so check that out.
Then we have a soft spot for stenciled nurseries!？ Kimberly J. painted an accent wall in her nursery using the Tribal Arrows Allover pattern. Kimberly sent us this message via Etsy， “；Love how my wall turned out!! It was easy to use and made what seemed like an impossible task so much more doable. Everyone who sees it raves and we are thrilled with the outcome. Thank you for providing such a great tool and I will definitely use you again for future projects.”；
We love when our fans send us happy emails that include snippets of their projects.？ Gloria. painted a bedroom using the Duchess Damask Stencil for a wallpaper look.？ She commented， ”； I love your stencils!”；？ We think her project turned out great.
We love seeing how our fans decorate for the holidays especially when the background is a pretty stencil pattern.？ Haneen from Haneen’；s Haven shared her entryway that was decorated for Halloween and features our popular Casablanca Allover Stencil.？ She commented， “；Happy October! Here’；s to a festive month ahead! Halloween makes me happy!”；？ That pretty wall stencil makes us happy!
Vanessa from Nessa Makes painted some adorable Halloween accent pillows using our Haunted House and Jack-o-Lantern accent pillow kits. She commented “；I think they turned out so fun， and I can’t wait to display them this month in my new house!”； Check out her accent pillow tutorial and enter her stencil giveaway on her blog.
We want you to keep all these awesome projects coming so if you have a stencil project that you’；d like to share， please submit it on our website here or upload it to our Facebook page or use the hashtags #cuttingedgestencils on Instagram.
Which one of these stenciled projects is your favorite？ Leave us your thoughts in the comments below!
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Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
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Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends!? We both know that a kitchen renovation can be a huge expensive project.? Sometimes all your kitchen needs is a little pick-me-up to go from drab to fab.? A small stencil enhancement can go a long way in terms of decor.? Today we’re going to inspire you with a gorgeous kitchen backsplash makeover using one of our favorite herringbone wall patterns.
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