DIY Porch Paint & Stenciling

You may have seen the different porches that people have painted and stenciled on. There are so many patterns available to have fun creating a special front porch or patio. The Paper Lace CD is one of the best resources for that as well as the Decorative images in the Pazzles Craft Room library.

I chose to go a little more whimsical and didn’t want to have super defined lines, so I chose to use images off of one of my favorite CD’s, Okie.  I used the bee and one of the flowers in numerous sizes. I included the “Welcome” stencil that I created here in the blog.

When I cut my stencils out of the Oramask Stencil Film 813, I decided to use both the positive and the negative. I used the negative to the left of my porch and then used the positive on the right of the porch. Then to define the area of each side, I used blue painters tape to create a straight line.

Be sure and allow plenty of dry time.  If you want more defined lines you will want to find a stickier stencil.  I would recommend the outdoor vinyl.  Be sure it is well attached.   I personally preferred it to not be so defined, so the Oramask was perfect for my needs.

Okie CD
Oramask Stencil Film 813
Sherwin Williams Porch & Floor Enamel Paint
H & C Sharkgrip Slip Resistant Additive

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