Good morning， my Cutting Edge Stencils friends.？ Did you know that furniture stencils and paint can help uncover the hidden charm of your curbside treasure？？ DIY decor has never been easier to craft now that we have a large selection of stencils for furniture.？ Our craft size patterns can help transform an old item into something new and functional.？ Come see how one of our furniture makeover mavens freshens a tired table into a stunning showpiece.vintage cushion covers
We’；d like to introduce you to Quia， the interior designer and furniture restorer behind QZ Design Gallery.？ Quia had inherited an old brown table. The wooden table had wrought iron legs and a top that was dated and dull.？ Despite its present condition， Quia felt that paint and pattern could easily freshen it up.？ Here is what the table looked like before：
The first thing she did was tape off the legs and prime the tabletop. Then it was ready to be stained!
Quia decided to stainaccent pillow case baby floor， glaze and antique the wooden table. Here is what it looked like after she completed that process.
Once the table had been stained and glazed， Quia was ready for the fun part， stenciling!？ She browsed our furniture stencils to find the right pattern and selected the Rabat Craft Stencil.？ This popular Moroccan-inspired pattern is perfect for crafting small DIY projects.
Quia placed the craft stencil in the center of the table.？ She used painters tape to hold it in place and a dense foam roller to paint the pattern in an eye-catching blue.？ After each section of the stencil was painted， Quia would lift the stencil and reposition so she could carry the pattern across the table.？ Are you ready to see how it all turned out？？ Here is Quia’；s stenciled table.
Quia had this to say about her stencil project，”；Amazing what a little sanding， staining， glazing and antiquing can do for an old table!”；
We absolutely love this table transformation.？ Quia said， “；Sanded， primed， antiqued &； finished with a BOLD blue pattern. Love this project!”；
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Thanks for reading， and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
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