The blossom motifs can be overlapped or used apart. Use Low Tack Stencil Tape to mask off the different motifs and create a multitude of different designs to fit any require shape. Some examples of effects that can be achieved with this design are shown on this page.
See also the oversize version of this design the Falling Blossom Stencil.
Above – the motifs of the Blossom and Butterfly Stencil have been stencilled in a random, overlapping, cascading arrangement on a decorative panel. Stencilled in Cerise, Very Berry, Indian Purple, Forget-me-not, French Lavender, Plum Blossom and Willow Stencil Paints.
Above – the different motifs of this stencil in an overlapping vertical, tapering sequence in Plum Blossom, Forget-me-not, Indian Purple, Alba Rose and Azalea Stencil Paints.
Above – the different motifs of the Blossom and Butterfly Stencil in an overlapping random sequence in Ice White Stencil Paint on a chalky blue background.
Easy to use one layer one sheet stencil. See below for sheet layout. The motifs can be used singly or grouped together to create any desired flower silhouette effect – use low tack tape to mask off motifs not being stencilled.
Size and quantity of motifs:
1. Three Cherry Blossom motifs – largest 11cm (4 1/4″) wide x 34cm (13 1/2″) deep, smallest at 6cm (2 1/2″) wide x 17cm (6 3/4″) deep.
2. Three Willow motifs ranging from largest at 7cm (2 3/4″) wide x 20cm (8″) deep, to smallest at 6cm (2 1/4″) wide by 7cm (2 3/4″) deep.
3. Two Mimosa motifs up to 6.5cm (2 1/2″”) wide x 6.5cm (2 1/2″) deep .
4. Butterflies (11) in a range of sizes from 1cm (1/2″”) across wing span to 4.5cm (1 3/4″) across.
All motifs arranged on one sheet 60cm (23 1/2″) wide x 43cm (17″) deep.
Left – the layout of the stencil sheet of the Blossom and Butterfly Stencil.