This design looks fantastic stencilled in natural tones, bright colours, or pastel hues and monochromatic schemes, as well as single colour silhouette effects. Try stencilling different strands in different colours and layering and overlapping to create depth and contrast.
Above – Large Trailing Clematis Leaves Stencil with the four motifs of the Large Montana Clematis Theme Pack stencilled to create a full flowering rambling Montana vine. Stencilled in Seville Orange and Orchid Stencil Paint (flowers) and Hedgerow and Ash Green Stencil Paint (leaves) with stamens in Seville Orange Stencil Paint.
Above – the Large Trailing Clematis Leaves Stencil with the Large Montana Clematis Theme Pack stencilled with leaves and flowers in the same colour to create a uniform silhouette style in Forget-me-not Stencil Paint, with stamens in Agapanthus Stencil paint.
Above – the three motifs of the Large Trailing Clematis Leaves Stencil in Ice White on a chalky green background.
Above – the three motifs of this stencil sheet in an overlapping arrangement stencilled in Indian Purple, French Lavender Stencil Paints on a lilac background.
Easy to use one layer stencil on a single sheet of 125 micron mylar.
Largest trailing leaf motif – 84cm (33″) long x 43cm (17″) across at widest point.
Medium sized trailing leaf motif 38cm (15″) long x 24cm (9 1/2″) across at widest point.
Smallest trailing leaf motif 12cm (4 3/4″) deep x 18cm (7″)across.
On a sheet size 90cm (35 1/2″) deep x 60cm (23 1/2″) wide.
Left – layout of the Large Trailing Clematis Leaves Stencil.