Above top – the Wild Bluebell Stencil lends itself beautifully to this classic white canvas cushion cover, its striking full blown falling flowers adding instant character. Stencilled in Bright Purple blended with Cobalt Blue and Olive Fabric Paints.
Above – the Wild Bluebell Stencil on a white canvas cushion cover – perfect in this bedroom setting on Lloyd loom furniture. Stencilled in Bright Purple blended with Cobalt Blue and Olive Fabric Paints.
Above – the Wild Bluebell Stencil in simple silhouette style. Shown in Ice White Stencil Paint on a dark purple background.
Above – try the Wild Bluebell Stencil stencilled at different heights in pale Shoreline Grey Stencil Paint on a slate grey background.
Above – the Wild Bluebell Stencil has been applied in Vanilla Stencil Paint onto a small wooden block to hang on a painted stone wall above a country cottage fireplace. The stencil technique used involves multi layering the stencil paint, allowing it to dry between each layer to create a slightly raised effect (the stencil is kept in place whilst each layer dries).
Above – the Wild Bluebell Stencil has been repeated to create an ‘Arts and Crafts’ style repeat pattern. Left image in horizontal rows and right image in staggered rows overlapping stems and flowers. Colours used here are China Blue, Atlantic Blue, Eucalyptus Stencil Paints on a muted sage green background.
Highly detailed small one layer stencil on 125 micron Mylar.
The Wild Bluebell Stencil depicts 4 stalks of full bloom bluebell stems and additional leaf stalks.
Complete flower and leaf motif measures up to 27cm/10.5″ tall x 15cm/6″ wide.
Average flower size 1.5cm/75″ long.
Sheet size 31cm/12″ tall x 21cm/8.25″ wide
Left – layout of the Wild Bluebell Stencil.