Stenciling is a wonderful and fun way to spruce up a space or add a bit of pop to your home decor.  If you saw my last post, you got a chance to see how I used stenciling to spruce up my dining room ceiling.

I hope that post made you think about how you might be able to use stenciling in your own home.

With that in mind, Royal Design Studio is sponsoring a stencil giveaway ($50.00 value) here so you can get started.


stencil projects

Keep in mind that stencils aren’t just for drywall either.

In fact, they’re so versatile you can use stencils to embellish just about anything as you can see in the photo below which represents a few of my previous stencil projects featured here.

When it comes to stenciling, think outside the box (or outside the walls).


Blog rds mosaic2Above photo source: Royal Design Studio

Here are a few stunning examples of how stencils can transform a space in remarkable ways.

All the photos below are from the Royal Design Studio Flickr page and as you can see the ideas are as endless as they are beautiful.

Inspired to give stenciling a try?  I hope so.

Now, you can earn a chance to win a stencil or stencils of your choice (up to $50.00/plus free shipping in the Continental U.S.) from Royal Design Studio

Pretty cool, huh?

**Pop over to Royal Design Studio and browse their stencil collection, then come back here and tell us which stencil you like and how you would use it.  

It’s that easy and you’ll be entered in the stencil giveaway.

BONUS GIVEWAY CHANCES (increase your odds)

1. “Like” Royal Design Studio on Facebook.

2. “Follow” Royal Design Studio on Twitter at Designamour.

3. “Follow” Royal Design Studio on Pinterest.

That’s FOUR chances in all to increase your odds of winning a fab stencil.

Don’t forget, make sure you leave a separate comment for each chance. 

Contest closes January 31, 2013, midnight EST.

Thanks for participating and once again thanks to Royal Design Studio for sponsoring this great giveaway. 

  • Barbara A.

    The design I liked best at Royal Design was the Florentine Corner Stencil, absolutely gorgeous! Our bathroom is a combination of natural wood and white tiles. There are a couple of wood areas on the floor that are downright ugly. I thought of buying small rugs to cover them, but this morning I remembered the stencils you had posted on your blog…They looked so fresh. I have in my stash nearly everything I need, and Royal Design had the perfect stencil, done up in just the right colors. Now I’m really inspired! Thanks

  • Alison Grisham

    I’m following on facebook for another chance to win. I’ve tried several companies and I def like Royal Design studios the best. Great stencil choices and quality stencils with no ripping. Hope I win! fingers crossed!

  • Alison Grisham

    Following on twitter too. Hope they have fun tips.

  • Alison Grisham

    I’m pumped that Royal design studio is on Pinterest. I just signed up to follow and I can’t wait to read their tutorials.

  • Alison Grisham

    I’m in love with the chez sheik stencil for furniture. I’d love to do a dresser with it and I’d especially love to try their stencil creams.

  • Carol

    Pinterest, follower

  • Carol

    Twitter, follower

  • Carol

    Facebook, follower

  • Belynder Kendrick

    Im transforming my guest bath using a French theme with pictures of the Eifle Tower on the walls so I would love Springtime in Paris Stencil Set or Springtime in Paris Letter Stencil.

  • Carol

    I love the Micah Furniture stencil, I have been wanting to try embossing, and I think that is a great one to do it with. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  • Liza Glick

    Love the Tiger Stripes Allover Stencil!

  • Thimbleanna

    I hate facebook and twitter, but I’m following on Pinterest!

  • Thimbleanna

    Wow — what a nice giveaway. (And thanks, I got lost perusing the stencils LOL.) I love the all over designs, so I’d probably either go with the French Bee or the Classic Damask. They’re all beautiful.

  • Ruth C

    I like the Pompeii Pegasus stencil. I would use it on fabric to make a quilt!