Stenciled Wall Art Inspired by Indian Jali Windows

I’m thrilled to announce something new and inspiring for you! It’s a blogzine  called Paint + Pattern from Royal Design Studio, the stencil company that has inspired my creativity so much over the past years. And, I will be a contributor there, sharing projects and creative ideas several times a month. I’m super excited that today Paint + Pattern is featuring a cool stenciled wall art idea I created that uses BOTH stencils and patterned scrapbook paper:

Stenciled Wall Art with Decoupage Scrapbook Paper

It was so fun play with both stencils and scrapbook paper, and layer patterns upon patterns. I call this stenciled wall art “windows to the world.” It’s inspired by jali windows in India. But you are welcome to steal the idea and combine stencils and patterned papers in any way you like. I hope you are inspired to try this!

For the how-to DIY details and a story about the jali inspiration, visit the post at Paint + Pattern.

Whenever I am posting at Paint + Pattern, I’ll share a (hopefully tantalizing!!) photo with you here and a link to the post over there. All of us at Paint + Pattern are excited about sharing a world of color, paint, patterns and inspiration with you there. And once you’re at Paint + Pattern, I just know you’ll be clicking around all over the place … I certainly am, and pinning too, there’s so many visual delights there. Enjoy!

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