Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Last week here on IBC I shared a fun stenciled coffee tray. I was gratified by the response to that post and thrilled that you liked the tray as much as I did. Today I’m back with another fun stencil-inspired project (a stenciled potting bench), plus a peek at my back porch decor and a fun giveaway. So many exciting things in one post; please try to contain yourself.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

So, you’re probably wondering what all the excitement is about. Well, my friend Donna over at Funky Junk Interiors has a line of stencils called Old Sign Stencils. Today she’s launching two new designs (Potting Shed and Garden), and she’s invited a few of her blogging friends (and our fabulous readers) to join in on the fun. There are seven bloggers (linked at the bottom of this post) who have all created projects with the new stencil designs.

As a group we are also giving away one stencil kit that includes what you need to create your own project. Contents of the kit: the Potting Shed and Garden stencil, one pint and three testers of Fusion Mineral Paint, and two paint brushes. Nice, right?

However, before we get into the giveaway details, let me walk you through my project and give you a peek of my back porch. Are you ready?

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

As you may remember from past posts and tours, this is my back porch. It’s a fairly small area that’s not especially fancy. However, it is the entrance to my house that I use on a daily basis so dressing it up for the summer is always a must

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

While some things stay the same, I like to switch it up a bit every year. A couple weeks ago I spotted this bench on the curb at a local antique shop and thought it would be just the right size for the space. It was. For $10, it came home with me.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Although it looked fine as it was, I decided it would be the ideal surface for me to try the new Potting Shed stencil.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

My first step was to select paint colors. As I mentioned in my other stenciling post, I’m using Fusion Mineral Paint. This paint works great for these types of projects because it has a built-in primer and requires no top coat. For this project, I decided to use four colors: Picket Fence, Sterling, Upper Canada Green, and Fort York Red.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

I relied on washi tape again to hold the stencil down. The stencils have center markers so positioning them on your surface is simple.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

With the stencil in place, I started painting. In case you haven’t stenciled before, here are a few tips to ensure good results. First, keep your brush very dry. Add some paint to your brush, then remove most of the paint by wiping the bristles with a rag or tapping the bristles on a scrap surface. Also, apply the paint by tapping up and down rather than brushing back and forth.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

If you’re using multiple colors like I am here, you can protect other areas by using a piece of tape or setting a piece of paper over certain areas of the stencil as you work.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Once all of the paint is applied, I let it rest for a couple minutes and then carefully removed the stencil to reveal my finished piece. Voila!

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

While the bench was perfectly okay the way it was, this detail adds a touch of color and character. And you know how much I love a little color and character.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Surrounded by aged terra cotta pots filled with flowers and my gold-hatted garden gnome Mary Kate, I’d say that my porch is looking pretty welcoming.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Oh, and if you’re wondering about the vertical planter on the wall, that was a DIY from a few years back. It’s filled with hens and chicks and hangs in the same spot all year long. (Yes, even through the winter.) Even though I lose a few of the plants each winter, about 75% of them come back to life every spring. It’s still one of my favorite projects. (You can read more about it here.)

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

You also might be surprised to see that my outdoor space looks a bit more “country rustic” compared to some of my interiors spaces. I know, it’s kind of weird. For some reason when it comes to outdoor spaces, my designing heart leans toward a rustic, weathered look. Why? Well, I find it comforting. I also feel that it works well with the exterior of my home and the area where I live. Plus, I’ve tried incorporating mostly modern elements, and they just look odd. In addition, in this part of the country, things don’t weather well. I just want to place items outside and enjoy them. I don’t want to worry about them getting dirty or damaged.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Of course, you will notice both modern and traditional elements on my deck and side porch. I guess eclectic may be the best way to describe IBC style because I just love it all. We’ll take a look at those spaces during my Summer Home Tour which is happening next week. Stay tuned for that.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Right now I’m loving how the stenciled detail makes my bench even better.

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

If you have yet to visit Old Sign Stencils or Fusion Mineral Paint, you should pop over and check out their selections. I’m sure you’ll be bursting with ideas.

Old Sign Stencil Giveaway

Okay, with the stenciled potting bench and my porch out of the way, let’s talk about the giveaway.

Funky Junk Old Sign Stencil Giveaway | inspiredbycharm.com

As I mentioned above, one lucky reader will win a Stenciling Kit which includes what you’ll need to make your own sign.

There are THREE WAYS to enter:

1. Visit Fusion Mineral Paint HERE and then come back and leave a comment telling us your favorite color, and you’re in.

2. For a second entry, visit Funk Junk’s Old Sign Stencils HERE; then come back and leave a comment about your favorite stencil design.

3. For a third entry, subscribe to Inspired by Charm’s Mailing List HERE; then comment again to indicate you have done so (or already do.)

This giveaway is open to residents of the United State and Canada. You must be 18 years or older to win. Void where prohibited. Each participating blog will draw one name from its comments. These names will be pooled together, and from them one ultimate winner will be picked. This giveaway ends on Sunday, June 5 at 11:59 pm PST. The winner will be emailed and announced at the top of this post.

Pretty simple, right? Good luck to all!

Stenciled Potting Bench | inspiredbycharm.com

Now, before you head off, be sure to visit some of my fellow stenciling bloggers. I’ve linked up everyone below and given you a glimpse of their projects. It’s fascinating to see how each person used the same tools, but created something unique and personal. I love it.

Which project is your favorite?

Beyond the Picket Fence1

Garden Wheelbarrow on Beyond the Picket Fence

Homeroad
Welcome To My Garden Sign on Homeroad

Organized Clutter
Rustic Potting Shed Sign on Organized Clutter

Grit Antiques
Welcome to the She-Shed on Grit Antiques

Garden Up Green
Garden Sign Inspiration on Garden Up Green

Funky Junk Interiors
Potting Shed Perfection on Funky Junk Interiors

 

Thanks for joining me today. I hope you’re feeling a bit more inspired.

Comments

  • Susan at

    Michael I love the bench! Nice work πŸ™‚

  • Funky Junk Interiors - Donna at

    Oh Michael, your new (old) bench is perfect for your back porch! The added depth and old world interest it brings is soooo ‘the outside of your home’. The stencil is like an added surprise for those that walk up to the door. I LOVE that!

    Thank you so much for joining this very special blog hop! It’s a pleasure launching these designs with your wonderful work! You are the BEST!

  • Elle at

    Cute and clever! I love MaryKate, too.

  • Judi James at

    Love the porch!
    Fusion’s Champlain is my favorite color along with Donna’s newest stencil – Potting Shed.
    I have subscribed!
    Thx for the opportunity to win this fabulous comboπŸ˜†

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Hey Judi, since you did all three things to enter, you’ll welcome to leave two more comment for multiple chances to win. πŸ™‚ Good luck!!

      xo Michael

  • Jonnie at

    The Ash paint is my favorite color

  • Jonnie at

    I love the route 66 stencil

  • ELLIE at

    Love the flowers …

    Wanted you to know I popped into Target and bought a gnome! I named him Mason.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You did!? Yay!! How cool. Thanks for sharing.

      xo Michael

  • Carole @ Garden Up Green at

    What a great space, it’s beyond inviting just makes you want to sit and relax. That bench is simply priceless and all that Terra Cotta is wonderful.

  • Jane at

    little rustic bench is fabulous…I’ll sit and have coffee & ask you about the hens & chicks! now I want to keep one of my old seed trays I’ve been selling! I’m also eyeing up that outdoor mat πŸ™‚

  • Jemma at

    Popping on over from Carole’s project and loving your’s too!
    This was a fun project and I adore your cute and clever style!
    Leaving inspired!
    Jemma

  • Stacy burks at

    My favorite stencil is a toss up..welcome to my garden or potting shed

  • Stacy burks at

    I’ve also added my email to get yours πŸ˜€

  • Karen at

    I’d never make it inside the door! Just fabulous! That table is absolutely perfect just below the window and the stencil gave it the perfect touch. Really, I’d just plop down on the porch and bask in all that flowerness.

    Loved stopping by to visit from Carole’s place.

  • Marlene @ Idle Hands Awake at

    This is absolutely gorgeous! What a lovely space to come home to. As for the paint colors, I’m dying over the Renfrew Blue!

  • Erica Arnold at

    I love the color ash

  • LaVonda Popp at

    So glad to have found your blog via Funky Junk! I have now become a subscriber!

  • LaVonda Popp at

    The Fusion paint looks amazing. I love the Upper Canada Green, if I have to pick just one!

  • LaVonda Popp at

    Donna’s old sign stencils are all wonderful. I have some projects in mind now, using the new Potting Shed stencil!

  • Tammy Brace at

    I already subscribe to you!! πŸ™‚

  • girlfromwva at

    LOVE the ceramic color!

  • girlfromwva at

    already subscribe to your newsletter!

  • girlfromwva at

    Flea, Flower, Super, OR Vintage stencils pkg. are my favorite!

  • JoAnn Tobias at

    love the Homestead Blue

  • JoAnn Tobias at

    subscribed to mailing list already!

  • JoAnn Tobias at

    Love the antique stencil!

  • Lynn Coulter at

    Liberty Blue is my fave Fusion color! Really, they’re all pretty…

  • FireIceRage at

    I love the look of your porch! The bench is perfect and I love love love your succulent wall. My fav fusion mineral paint color is Prairie Sunset. It’s so bright and cheerful!

  • FireIceRage at

    I think my fav stencil is the Homestead Blend Coffee, but wow, it was tough to choose one. They’re all so fantastic.

  • FireIceRage at

    Also, I’m already subscribed to the IBC mailing list. I love seeing your interior design posts as well as all the tasty cocktails. Keep up the good work!

  • TXROSEGAL at

    Thanks for the great idea and the stencil give away. My favorite stencil is pallion! Love the gnome!

  • Tammy Brace at

    My favorite Fusion paint is Champness and my favorite stencil is the Homestead Blend Coffee.

  • marjorie lavender at

    You have such a decorating gift. I love the Upper Canada Green followed closely by Renfrew Blue. I love the Welcome to My Garden stencil. And I’ve been a subscriber for a couple of years. Keep up the good work.

  • Nikki Shimmel at

    Heirloom is my favorite color πŸ™‚

  • Morgan at

    Your porch looks great! I love Fusion Upper Canada Green paint, which I would use to try and make my porch look as nice as yours. Thanks for the inspiration and the give away!

  • Nikki Shimmel at

    Bed and Breakfast sign is my fave !!

  • Morgan at

    Donna’s stencils are all so great, but my favorite is Christmas Blend Coffee.

  • Nayeli Guerrero at

    They are all great but garden sign inspiration is my fave!
    Love you’re blog!

  • Nikki Shimmel at

    Last entry.. I’m already a subscriber.. now cross your fingers for me πŸ˜‰

  • Kim R at

    Such a welcoming space! It reminds me of so many doorways in the Italian countryside. They don’t have a lot of space and make the most of what they have. And there are flowers everywhere!

  • Morgan at

    I already subscribe to your mailing list, and I love seeing all the creative and yummy things you are up to!

  • Amy C. at

    I’m already an email subscriber.

  • Amy C. at

    I really love the Coffee stencil from Funky Junk!

  • Amy C. at

    I absolutely love the Ceramic Green paint color from Fusion Minerals!

  • Mar at

    I love the laurentien color of fusion paints!

  • Mar at

    The market extensions are my fave from the stencils, so cute!

  • Mar at

    I’ve been an IBC subscriber for some time now πŸ™‚

  • Christine E-E at

    Oh my gosh… Decisions, decisions! I love “Welcome to my Garden” stencil (but would love to make the Sleigh Rides sign, also using the small stencils – snowflake, etc). For my garden sign, the colors Renfrew & Champness are catching my eye & would enhance the colors on my patio. I’m a long-time subscriber to IBC & look forward to enjoying Michael’s posts while I enjoy my morning coffee.

  • joyce byrne at

    Ash!

  • joyce byrne at

    Bingo!

  • joyce byrne at

    I am subscribed to the mailing list!

  • lesley at

    i signed up for the mailing list

  • lesley at

    i just adore the sterling color!

  • lesley at

    love the beach house stencil!

  • Georgan Tilley at

    Linen is my favorite Fusion paint color

  • Georgan Tilley at

    My favorite stencil is the Farmer’s Market.

  • Georgan Tilley at

    I am already a subscriber. Love your blog, Michael!

  • LaTanya at

    fort york red

  • LaTanya at

    HOT COCOA BAR

  • LaTanya at

    email subscriber

  • christa at

    Little Lamb – I’m in!!

  • Rachel Perkins at

    Damask!! Beautiful color!

  • christa at

    Love the Potting Shed Stencil

  • christa at

    I already subscribe & Love your Tuesday Play Lists – they make my work week so much happier – it’s a dance party in my office Mon-Fri!

  • Deb at

    If I received this in my email inbox, then I am already on the mailing list, correct?!?!?

  • Deb at

    I prefer the lighter, paler colors

  • Deb at

    All the stencils are great! I would love to use any of them, but I would probably go with the farmer’s market since it is that time of year. The bingo card would be alot of fun!

  • Cassandra Dubreuil Fiore at

    ceramic is my favorite color!!! thank you for this opportunity!

  • Cassandra Dubreuil Fiore at

    i adore the “welcome to my garden” stencil!

  • Cassandra Dubreuil Fiore at

    ooh plus i subscribed ;););)

  • Karen at

    I like renfrew blue, among others!

  • Leslie at

    My favorite color on there is Bedford. It would make a great neutral color for my flower pots!

  • Leslie at

    I love the Grocery stencil the most. It would look awesome in my kitchen!

  • Debi macrae at

    Your porch is beautiful! Serious porch envy here. My favorite Fusion mineral paint color is ceramic. I just wish there was somewhere closer than 200 miles away from me to buy it.😒

  • Debi macrae at

    I subscribe to your posts, keep them coming. Lots of inspiration.

  • Debi macrae at

    I love all the stencils, but to pick one, it would be coffee roasters.

  • Denise Barkel at

    I Love color Lamp White, just love the hint of gray in it.

  • Denise Barkel at

    I just seen the Stencil yesterday I just love it.

  • Denise Barkel at

    I am already on the mailing list.

  • Eloise Fitzsimmons at

    Hi Michael,
    I LOVE the Upper Canada green paint and the welcome to my garden stencil. I’m enjoying my subscription to your blog.

  • Carol Roy at

    My favorite color is Sterling and Antique is my favorite stencil is Antique. Love your back porch, so colorful and what a joy to come home to!

  • Vickie at

    Super cute!
    I liked ceramic, prairie and upper Canada green colors

  • Vickie at

    I am all ready a subscriber !

  • CJ Pillow at

    My favorite changed with each scroll. I went through the colors several times and finally decided upon the Prairie Sunset. It would have been easier to select the bottom choice rather than the top one. Then I stumbled upon the Little Tots color line and drooled.

  • CJ Pillow at

    I really liked the get-away collection.

  • CJ Pillow at

    I already subscribe to the IBC mailing list.

  • Patricia at

    Homestaed Coffee in Black on a galavanized tray I found this spring. Great designs! Love the Hot Cocoa too. I already subscribe.

  • Vickie at

    Gracious, I spent some time looking at the stencils.
    Honestly, I would love each collection.
    I’ll start with grocery and farmers market for my moms rustic country lodge cabin kitchen.
    Thanks!

  • Janis Hill at

    The bench couldn’t be more perfect.
    The color “Champness” is the one for me!

  • Janis Hill at

    Out of all the stencil’s to pick from I would have to go with “Welcome to My garden”

  • Janis Hill at

    I am already a subscriber to your fabulous blog. And yes, you do inspire me!

  • Violet at

    Bedford! I love neutrals & this is just perfect for so many items!

  • Violet at

    …and yes! I’m new to it, but I’m on your mailing list. Found you on Pinterest & love seeing more in-depth things on your blog. πŸ™‚

  • cindy at

    Hellooo michael. Love reading your blog. It’s fun, informative and downright enjoyable. I checked out the Fusion mineral paints and my fave is sterling. I’m into the color gray recently. I find it to be very versatile easy to compliment and fits any decor. I’m already on your mailing list and I look forward to reading reading your blogs ever so much. Thanks for sharing your talents.

  • Cheryl at

    I love the Homestead Blue Paint.

  • Cheryl at

    I already subscribe to your blog. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Cheryl at

    I love the “Antiques” sign

  • Sharon at

    Laurentien is my favourite colour!!

  • Sharon at

    I like the Antiques stencil..

  • Stacy Menifee at

    Your back porch looks wonderful! i’d forgotten about your succulent planter.I love the Prairie Sunset Fusion paint!

  • Stacy Menifee at

    The potting shed stencil is adorable!

  • Sharon at

    I already follow!

  • Stacy Menifee at

    I already subscribe to your mailing list, and am grateful for the ray of sunshine each day. Did you know that if you scroll up and down at the bottom of your page, you keep coming in and out from the side? I’m beyond exhausted, because this has entertained me for the last couple of minutes!

  • Rise Aragon at

    the upper canada green if my fave. this is one of the prettiest greens I have found. The description referring to the yellow influence explained my love of this shade of green.Can’t wait to order and paint an item for my booth.

  • Rise Aragon at

    My favorite stencil was market extensions. But then again I hard time passing up coffee as 1st choice. Heaven knows I LOVE coffee. What the heck I will get them both!

  • Gina Hoeppner at

    Homestead Blue in the Fusion is eye popping! I love all the stencils

  • Rise Aragon at

    I am signed up!

  • Melissa Storms at

    I lpve the Damask Fusion paint the most.

  • Melissa Storms at

    My favorite stencil from Junk Interiors is the Coffee stencil.

  • christopher h at

    limestone is my favorite color

  • christopher h at

    my favorite stencil design is apple farm

  • christopher h at

    i am already subscribed to the mailing list

  • beverly e at

    My favorite Fusion color would be Algonquin.

  • beverly e at

    My favorite Funky Junk stencil is the Farmer’s Market.

  • beverly e at

    I am happy to be an IBC email subscriber! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Jennifer Harper at

    My favorite color is Upper Canada Green. πŸ™‚

  • Jennifer Harper at

    “Homestead Blend Coffee served here” I’d my favorite stencil. πŸ™‚

  • Jennifer Harper at

    I’m already subscribed! πŸ™‚

  • Jennifer at

    Michael, your back porch entry is so enchanting! My favorite Fusion color is Laurentien.

  • Jennifer at

    Welcome to my GARDEN, is my favorite stencil. I know just the place I would use it in my own garden!

  • Jennifer at

    Michael, i so look forward to seeing your email arrive – I subscribe! To see all your new posts, and your creative spin in every corner of your home. I think I might need a gnome now, too!

  • Tina Voyles at

    Your potting bench and porch is perfect! I love the Laurentian color!

  • Tina Voyles at

    Her farmers market stencil is still my favorite!

  • Patricia Nicholas at

    Michael I love what you did to your back porch! I love the Prairie Sunset color… yellow is one of my favorite colors. I recently painted my front door yellow, it works for me because I live five minutes from the beach.

  • Kate Florek at

    I love Inglenook.

  • Kate Florek at

    My favorite stencil is the Antiques one.

  • Kate Florek at

    Signed up!!!!!

  • Andrea Boecker at

    I subscribe to the mailing list as well as purchased 2 stencils. Hope I win!!! Love your stuff.

  • Melanie Huttner at

    I love the color ash!

  • Lisa B. at

    Renfrew Blue is my favorite

  • Lisa B. at

    Favorite stencil is Hot Cocoa Bar

  • Katherine Allison at

    It seems that most of my projects are black and white, so the coal black, ash and lamp white are my favourite colours to use. I love your work! Thanks, Kat

  • Kelly Taylor at

    What an inspiring blog you have! I just subscribed to your blog so I won’t miss a post. Thanks for providing the opportunity to win!

  • Kelly Taylor at

    My favourite colour is upper Canada green!

  • Cindy Downing at

    I would love to tell you the name of my fav color but I can’t read the tiny print but i like that darkest turquoise.

  • Cindy Downing at

    I love the Farmers’ Market stencil

  • Cindy Downing at

    I am subscribed!!

  • Charmaine Allen at

    My favourite colour is “Renfrew Blue.”

  • Charmaine Allen at

    Favourite stencil? “Private Beach”–part of the “getaway” Collection.

  • Charmaine Allen at

    And finally I have been subscribed for a long time :).

  • Sandi Allen at

    Love, Love, Love your bench and all the beautiful plants and flowers!
    It’s so hard just to pick just one color. I want them all!
    Laurentine and casement are my two favorites.

  • Sandi Allen at

    I LOVE ALL OF donna’s stencils. I have a few. The winter ones are my favorite.
    Hot chocolate, ski lodge etc…..

  • Jennifer Essad at

    I love “Upper Canada Green”

  • Jennifer Essad at

    I love the “Getaway” stencils the best-I know we’d like to get away more often now

  • Jennifer Essad at

    I’m a newsletter subscriber!

  • Diane R at

    Well done!! Love the idea of the Garden stencil on the wheelbarrow – so creative!

  • Deb Yoder at

    Subscribe to your blog! Love your hanging succulents!

  • Deb Yoder at

    My favorite Fusion Color is Homestead Blue!

  • Deb Yoder at

    My favorite stencil is Farmer’s Market!

  • Lucy Ann Bartlett at

    It is so difficult to choose from all the beautiful colors. Since I am only in the beginning stages of planning my porch redo. However, I feel sure that buttermilk cream will be used at some point.

  • Lucy Ann Bartlett at

    Love the Welcome to my Garden stencil.

  • Lucy Ann Bartlett at

    I subscribed. Looking forward to being inspired.

  • Joan Sommerfield at

    I subscribed! My favorite color is Champlain. And all the others.

  • Jade Garber at

    love the potting shed project! My favorite stencil design is the potting shed one! Although the Farmer’s Market is a close second.

  • Jade Garber at

    Prairie Sunset is a beautiful color by Fusion Mineral Paint. I would use that sunny shade on just about anything!

  • Jade Garber at

    Also, I’m subscribed to your mailing list! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway and cute DIY project πŸ™‚

  • Kathy at

    Laurentien is my favorite,thanks for the give away!

  • Michele at

    So glad I found you (via Pinterest). I’ve been searching for a dark, dramatic grey and your pin led me to Fusion Ash. Thank you!

  • Linda Smith at

    Favorite color Buttermilk Cream

  • Linda Smith at

    Potting Shed Tours Until Dusk would be my favorite stencils

  • Linda Smith at

    I subscribed to your blog

  • Ellen Boll at

    Laurentien Is my favorite color!

  • Nancy Kreigh at

    Inglenook is my favorite color

  • Nancy Kreigh at

    I have subscribe to newsletter

  • Nancy Kreigh at

    Get Away Collection is the my favorite

  • Lisa at

    Sterling. This color calls to me… But really – aren’t they all great?! I love how you did the bench stenciling with the pop of red in the pot. You always go one step farther with whatever you are creating to make it better!

  • Cassandra Dubreuil Fiore at

    so did we find out the winner??????????????

  • Nancy at

    Love your potting bench. So unique and simple! Thanks for posting..

  • Veronica at

    hello! love the bench!!! my favorite color is midnighblue and I like the coffe sign stencil also I did subscribed !:) love the stencils!!!

  • Doreen Hill at

    Love your site! I’m continuously inspired by “Inspire by Charm!” I’m already a subscriber πŸ™‚

  • Doreen Hill at

    The coffee sign is my all-time favorite stencil from Funky Junk Interiors I also adore her BINGO and Route 66 stencils.

  • Doreen Hill at

    Park Bench and Putty are my two favorite colors by Fusion Paint.

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