Sunday, March 11, 2012

Metallic Stenciled Curtain

Here is an easy "how to" for the metallic stenciled curtains.  First pick a solid fabric and sew your curtain panels.  Lay the curtain panel out on a table and place your stencil on top.  Give a little thought to how you want to center the stencil pattern.  You might want to start in the center of the fabric and work your way out to the sides going from top to bottom.  I was doing the stencil at night so the pictures are a little dark but you get the idea.

Here is a close up of how the metallic fabric paint lays on the fabric.  It gives really clean lines!
It looks much brighter in the daylight.


I used a small artist brush to apply the fabric paint.



You can find the metallic fabric paint online at Kit Kraft Inc.  It's about $5 for a small jar, and they have tons of colors.  The stencil is from Stencil-Decals online #1012





So what do you think?

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~Renew Redo~



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    1. Thanks Kelli!! : )

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      Sammy ~ Renew Redo

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  2. When I first saw it I thought that it had been done radomly, but now I see that you did them in rows and that every stencil in the "second"row is in between the upper and lower rows. I don't think it have the effect it does without doing that!

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    1. Agreed! Lets it shine no matter how the curtain folds.

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      Sammy ~ Renew Redo

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  3. OMG! I love these curtains and honestly these do not look DIY--they look 100% store bought. Props for you to achieving such amazing results. Thanks for linking up to Sew Woodsy last week--I featured your curtains today!

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  4. I love how your curtains came out!! TFS!! Stopping by from Sew Woodsy and saw that you were featured...CONGRATULATIONS!! :-) I am also now a follower of your blog and on Pinterest.

    Here is what I shared this week: http://craftybrooklynarmywife.blogspot.ca/2012/03/vinyl-amp-cover.html

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  5. Stylish and beautiful! Congratulations Sammy!

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  6. I saw a fabric at Hobby Lobby recently that had a very similar look - I was in love - and now seeing that I can do it myself - well I'm off to buy my supplies! Thanks!

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  7. Can u tell me what size stencil you used? I LOVE these!

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    1. Hi Joe, the stencil is 16" tall.

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      Sammy

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  8. What size stencil did you use? The proportions seem spot on!

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    1. Thanks, and it's 16" tall.

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      Sammy

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  9. Sammy, have you ever tried mixing Rub and Buff with clear PVA glue? I have, after mixing it glides over larger pieces really well and buffs up to a great shine too.

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