STENCILLED SIGNS - ideas, colors, and textures

 
My last sign class brought
together a fun group of ladies
that had a blast creating
all sorts of different signs with
all the stencils available to us at
The Passionate Home.
 


This first cabinet door was painted with ASCP Coco and stenciled in white. We played with the dark
 waxed only on the outer frame and edge but used some heavy sand paper distressing through out.
 


 
ASCP Florence & Pure White made this soft turquoise with white stencilling. The outer frame
was lightly brushed with more white and only the interior panel was clear waxed and buffed,
leaving a polished and wonderfully unique look.
 
 
 
 
Three different colors were brushed to create a texture and weathered look, a grey, some Duck Egg
Blue, and white. The stenciling was done in white as well as some dry brushed edges in white.
It was finished with a clear wax and vintage double hook.


 
  This is a sign painted in ASCP Primer red on a vintage kitchen cabinet oak door. We combined images from three different stencils to make this sign and added a vintage brass applique in white.
 

 
This water distressed grey sign is going home to point the direction to the NO VACANCY room
in the artists home.
 
 
If you want to join us on September 14th or 15th give The Passionate Home a call to book a spot.
604 532 5931
 
 
 
 
 

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THANK YOU ALL!