GIVEAWAY: Cutting Edge Stencils

Friday, February 1, 2013

Well, you saw my final product yesterday and today you get to take it on yourself.  Cutting Edge Stencils is offering one lucky reader a free stencil of their choosing.  I know I had a super hard time selecting the stencil for our floor because they had so many great designs out there.  Oh, and did I mention that their how-to videos are super helpful.  I definitely recommend watching them before you start in on your project.  Anyways, here are  just a few of my faves.
Clockwise from top left: Herringbone, Paisley, Vision, Ikat Samarkand

All you have to do is comment back on this post with your favorite stencil. And if you want extra entries, you can like Cutting Edge Stencils on Facebook and follow their blog

The Fine Print:
- Stencil can be up to $50 value.

- US residents only
- giveaway closes at 12pm EST Thursday, February 7, 2013

13 comments:

  1. I'm really into the Funky Wheel allover stencil right now!

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  2. We've been thinking about painting our coffee table (currently a dark wood monolith). I'm liking the herringbone pattern.

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  3. I love the birch trees. So crisp and clean looking, with class :)

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  4. I like Cutting Edge on FB, also!

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  5. Love the floor! I am really digging the Large Houndstooth. I think that might be a front runner for our hall/kids bath!

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  6. I think I have fallen in love with Vision.

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  7. I have an African inspired guest bath and I can see the Zebra Stripe Allover Stencil done subtly in gloss dark charcoal over a flat dark charcoal background on a feature wall!

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  8. Love the Vision stencil. I may do my kitchen floor.

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  9. I love the Ikat Samarkand and I'm so inspired by your kitchen floor!

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  10. I love the Indian Inlay Furniture Stencil! I would use it on a the dresser in my daughters room.

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  11. Wow your floor looks great! I like the Polka Dot Allover stencil pattern which will look great in our future nursery :)

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  12. I like the Herringbone and Casablanca stencils.

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