Perfect stencilled in different green tones, as well as warm and ambient browns, golds and reds onto cream or black. Or try monochromatic palettes when repeating the motif using different tones to create depth and interest. Or stencil in bright primary jewel-like colours for modern style.
Above top and below – the Oversize Garden Vine Stencil in the defining green tones of Spring Vine, Hedgerow and Woodland Stencil Paints.
See also the Large Garden Vine Stencil – a smaller scale version Garden Vine Stencil.
Above – the Oversize Garden Vine Stencil repeated in the softly changing tones of a monochromatic scheme to create a soft curtain of subtle interest. Stencilled here first in Spearmint, Mocha and Jet Black Stencil Paints on a pale grey background. Use any three tones of the same colour range to create this effect.
Above – the single motif of the Oversize Garden Vine Stencil, stencilled in bright jewel-like colours on an aqua background. Any bright colours will do for this effect, but the Motif colours used here are: Paradise Blue, Verbena, French Lavender, Forget-me-not, Seville Orange, Evening Primrose, Damask Rose, Very Berry and Cerise Stencil Paints.
The Oversize Garden Vine Stencil repeated horizontally at different heights to create the effect of a curtain of vines.
One layer oversize stencil on two sheets of 125 micron mylar. The stencil has registration dots for ease of aligning the two sections together.
Sheet 1: Section one – 84cm (33″) long x 48cm (19″) across at widest point. On a sheet 90cm (35 1/2″) deep x 60cm (23 3/4″) wide.
Sheet 2: Section one – 56cm (22″) long x 62cm (24 1/2″) across at widest point. On a sheet 60cm (23 3/4″) deep x 75cm (29 1/2″) wide.
Left – the two sheets of the Oversize Garden Vine Stencil – showing the registration dots on each sheet.