A stenciled drop cloth has so many possibilities! Mine is a table cloth! Isn’t it ever-so-pretty!?
(Stay tuned…there’s a video on this sweet table cloth at the end of the post & a couple of announcements about upcoming shenanigans!)
For my project I used the Catherine Lace Doily…from Royal Design Stencils (They sent me the beautiful stencils!)
And the Margaret Lace Doily…Ya think you might want to do a stenciled drop cloth?
Here’s What Ya Need:
* 9×6 drop cloth-Washed and dried *Got my drop cloth at The Home Depot*
*Paint- I used my favorite paint Behr Ultra Premium in a flat sample size (Clear Moon)
*Stencil Brush (for the edges of the doily)
*Paper Plate & gloves
Tape down the stencil and load your roller with paint…roll some of the paint onto a paper plate to get the excess off of it. Holding stencil in place roll the paint on…load your stencil brush with some paint and get the excess off and in a circular motion paint a soft edge around the doily…(see my video at the end of the post if you want more info!)
I simply placed my doilies here and there and repeated the process until the drop cloth was completely covered…
This drop cloth turned out to be a beautiful table cloth! I’m going to use for a Fall Woodland Theme Baby Shower I’m having in a couple of weeks! The drop cloth along with the doily stencils is a perfect mix of rustic and feminine…
When I finished the drop cloth I realized how adorable it would be for curtain panels or a shower curtain!
This was a really easy project, I’ve got a little more info in the video and a little about projects I’ve got coming up in upcoming weeks!
Here’s the Video on exactly how I did this and a couple of announcements about upcoming projects!
Thanks to my friends at Royal Design Studio Stencils…-they sponsored this post-the opinions are all mine!