Stencil a Feature Wall with Cutting Edge Stencils

Stencil a Feature Wall with Cutting Edge Stencils


Hi I’m Gabby from Cutting Edge Stencils
and today I’m going to show you how to create a beautiful feature wall using
Cutting Edge Stencils Entwined Allover stencil and Benjamin Moore paints. The
project only took us a couple of hours and we really love the way it
transformed our conference room. Now I’m going to show you how to get this
awesome look yourself. Don’t you love the way the wall turned
out? We d,o and it was a super fast and fun DIY project. All you need is
Cutting Edge Stencils and Benjamin Moore paints to get this gorgeous look. Thanks
for stopping by and see you soon!


7 thoughts on “Stencil a Feature Wall with Cutting Edge Stencils

  1. Hi, you don't have to wait at all, if you use flat basecoat and stencil with flat paint there are no wet paint issues. the paint absorbs almost immediately into the basecoat and no smudging occurs. If your basecoat is gloss or semigloss ( we don't recommend), the paint will not absorb as fast and you'll need to wait a little bit for it to dry. With flat paint it doesn't happen! ~Janna

  2. Cutting Edge Stencils has the BEST, high-quality stencils that can be used on any surface! Check out all of our easy to use stencils here: https://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/

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