Giveaway: Cutting Edge Stencil

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A few months ago Cutting Edge Stencils contacted me about reviewing one of their reusable stencils. I knew right away I would use the stencil for the plywood subfloors I was painting.  After looking through all of their great choices, I chose the Paisley Allover Stencil . (affiliate link)

paisley floor stencil

I knew going in that this was going to be a huge project, but the actual stenciling went much faster than I anticipated.  It took almost as long to tape and paint the border as it took to stencil the entire floor.

painted floor after

I used the tips from their handy how-to videos and the stenciled floor came off without a hitch.

I am extremely happy with my stencil choice.  The pattern really hides the imperfections in the plywood floor.  And all the curves and details of this design easily hide a few places where I got a little heavy-handed with the paint and there were minor splotches. You can see for yourself what a dramatic difference this simple stencil made for some plain old pieces of plywood.

I already have some great furniture projects in mind for this stencil.

Even better, one of you is going to get the chance to win a stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils too! One lucky Lovely Etc. reader will win a stencil of their choice (up to a $50 value) from Cutting Edge Stencils.

How to enter
  • Be a follower or subscriber of Lovely Etc. and let me know in a comment below. (One entry)
  • Go to Cutting Edge Stencils and come back and let me know what your favorite item is in a comment. (One entry)
  • Like Cutting Edge Stencils on Facebook and let me know in a comment below. (One entry)
  • Facebook, Tweet, or blog about this giveaway and leave a comment letting me know. (One entry each)

Giveaway ends Wednesday, January 25th.  The winner will be announced Friday, January 27th.

Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Deanna says

    I love your floor! I have a new closet that needs to match my old 1928 hardwoods, but this will help beautify the ugly MDF until we can make that happen! I’m a friend of Cutting Edge on FB as I used their Acacia on the alcove wall in my bedroom (tone on tone green-gold) and it’s gorgeous! Great product.

  2. says

    love cutting edge stencils… I’ve used 3 of them already. They are good quality, flexible without being too thick, easy to clean. And great designs. I’m contemplating buying the morrocan theme and the birch tree for new 2012 projects. Love the floor! I think it would be overwhelming without the boarders around the walls which really break up the busy-ness and create flow – very cool

  3. says

    I really really REALLY want the Marrakech trellis stencil for my kitchen that we are renovating….dreaming of this stencil helps me get through the mess I am currently living in!!

  4. says

    I’m a follower now :)
    And I love their Anastasia Damask Stencil, already limed their fb page (that’s where I heard about this giveaway actually )
    And I am facebook sharing this giveaway news now! :)

  5. says

    I went over to Cutting Edge Stencils and my favorite is the craft size “Outside the Box” stencil. I also “Like” Cutting Edge on FB.

  6. says

    I just found you today through pinterest and am now a follower! I really really want want the aspen stencil and have for some time for my dining room <3

  7. says

    My favorite stencil is either the large lemon tree, the olive tree or the pear tree, along with your paisly stencil! It’s too hard to choose; they’re all so beautiful!

  8. says

    It doesn’t seem fair that we have to pick ONE favorite ;-) I’ll have to say that the Athena Allover comes in as my favorite right now – until I look again.

  9. 3-Oaks says

    I think I’d go with the same paisley you used on the floor as I also have a floor to do & want it to look like the old 1930s carpeting.

  10. Brenda Jo says

    My favorite Cutting Edge Stencil would possibly be between your Paisley Allover or Kyoga Allover–they have so many that I LOVE!!!

  11. Allison Ghorley says

    Casablanca is my favorite stencil. I liked them on Facebook, tweeted, shared, and pinned. I’m SO GLAD I found your post! We’re about to start a rehab and I really wanted to find a good resource for stenciling floors. I will be visiting your blog often and Cutting Edge Stencils will be getting a lot of business from me this year!

  12. says

    I totally want that paisley stencil!
    Wow, your floors came out beautiful!
    My daughter wants the same floor for her room, and we’ve been tryting to decide what to do if the hardwood under her carpeting isn’t in great condition. Well, now we know.
    Karen
    dragonflyu (at) verizon (dot) net

  13. says

    I’m a new follower! 4 yrs ago we tore up the carpets in our kitchen dining and fam room and put down plywood that was cut into 12″ wide strips (like wide plank flooring only cheeper) we stained. But now I want to paint and stencil!!! Great idea!!!!!

  14. says

    I’m a new follower! 4 yrs ago we tore up the carpets in our kitchen dining and fam room and put down plywood that was cut into 12″ wide strips (like wide plank flooring only cheeper) we stained. But now I want to paint and stencil!!! Great idea!!!!!

  15. says

    I just can’t decide. Paisley, damask, flowers oh my!!!! All of the above!!! Paisley for kitchen and fam room, damask for ceiling in master bedroom, and flowers for the bathroom!

  16. Anonymous says

    I have to say that the Allover Paisley that you used would definitely be my choice should I win the give-away! Your results are amazing!! Thanks so much for sharing
    Nikki
    (greenhow5611atrogers.com)

  17. says

    I hope its not too late to enter. I love the Dandelion stencil with the seeds, and I am also in love with the Paisley. I am a paisley gal! I love your blog and I am a new follower!

  18. says

    I really love this paisley pattern. It is so vintage-looking. You absolutely made a wonderful job. Stencilling really is a fun thing to do and it does not require special trainings to make your floors look so great. Thank you for this post.

  19. says

    You really did an incredible job on this. Indeed, stencilling is one creative way to add more life to floors. It is fun and easy to do that you will not even need the assistance of professional flooring contractors. You also have several design choices, such as this paisley print, to match your preferences and interior designs.

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