This stencil is designed to be used in conjunction with the Large Montana Clematis Theme Pack to create abundant flowering vines.
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 diffferent strands in different colours, layering and overlapping to create depth and contrast.
Above top – the different motifs of Large Trailing Leaves Stencil 1 repeated in a cascading arrangement. Shown softly stencilled in Olive Grove and Eucalyptus Stencil Paints. This effect is created by stencilling only around the edges of each cut out shape.
Try this stencil with the
Large Montana Clematis Theme Pack
for a flowering vine effect.
All of our Trailing Leaves Stencils can be used together or in their own right. Combining the different designs – different strands of trailing leaves – and different sizes, will allow you to create impressive botanical murals and feature spaces. See:
Other vine stencils in the botanical range include the Garden Vines Stencil, Wild Vetch, Climbing Bean and Grapevine Stencils. Also the motif packed Wild Vine, Vetch and Clematis Stencil, which contains motifs from many of the different new vine stencils.
Easy to use one layer stencil on two sheets of 125 micron mylar.
Sheet 1: The two Trailing leaf motifs are 78cm (30 1/2″) long x 50cm (19 3/4″) across at widest points and 30cm (11 3/4″) long x 20cm (8″) across at widest points, on a sheet size 90cm (35 1/2″) deep x 60cm (23 1/2″) wide.
Sheet 2 The Trailing leaf motif is 70cm (27 1/2″) long x 30cm (11 3/4″) across at widest points, on a sheet size 80cm (31 1/2″) deep x 44cm (17″) wide.
Left – layout of the Large Trailing Leaves Stencil 1.