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Happy November, Cutting Edge Stencil fans! With cement tile accent wall trends on the rise, we’;ve come up with the perfect stencil alternative for a fraction of the cost! Using our DIY tile stencil patterns you can easily create your very own cement tile design on ANY wall in your home! Let’;s see how!

Before we begin?stencilingvintage linens, let’s talk. Getting your wall ready for?stenciling?is?important?but don’t be intimidated! Make sure your wall is smooth and that you spackle, sand and prime any visible cracks.?Stenciling?always works best on smooth surfaces so we recommend sanding the wall with some 120 grit sandpaper. Next, wipe any dust off and then paint your wall with your color of choice. The base coat we chose for this?stencil project?is Benjamin Moore Black with a flat finish.

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Once you allow your base coat to fully dry, you can attach our clip-on stencil level to the bottom edge of your tile stencil! This tool is super helpful in ensuring the perfect positioning for your stencil project every time! No need for large cumbersome levels. Now you’re ready to begin?stenciling!

Place your?tile stencil?where you want to start. You can use blue painter’s tape to help secure your?stencil?to the wall. For extra adhesion, you can apply spray adhesive to the back of the?stencil?before placing it on the wall.?Spray adhesive?can also help reduce paint seepage from underneath the?stencil!

Evenly?coat?your?4” stencil roller?with?Blackened Bronze Metallic Paint?and offload?any excess paint onto a paper towel. This is one of the most?important?steps when it comes to?stenciling! The number one mistake is having too much paint on your?stencil roller?or brush. The goal is to have your?stencil roller?evenly covered with paint but to be almost?dry?to the touch. For more in depth instructions, check out our?How To Stencil?section on our website!

Apply?light pressure?to your?stencil roller?when?stenciling. You can always go back over sections that need more coverage! A?4” stencil roller?will get the job done?quickly?and?effectively!

To get the two-tone detailed look, you will go back over desired areas on the stencil with Pale Gold paint using our 2″; dense foam roller. We recommend a 3/4″; professional brush for even smaller openings for extra detail!

Align the?tile stencil?using the built-in?registration marks?and the previously?stenciled parts of the design. This system makes?stenciling?easier and quicker?than ever before!

Repeat this?simple?stenciling?process for an?eye-catching DIY metallic?accent wall.?

Stenciling?the wall where it meets the?baseboard?may look intimidating but it’s not hard at all! The biggest tip to?remember?is that our stencils?are?flexible?and can?bend into the crease at the baseboard. Use your fingers to press the?stencil?into the?crease?of the baseboard and?stencil?downwards?with your?stencil roller.

A?professional stencil brush?can be useful in tighter areas of the?tile stencil.?Pounce?the metallic paint towards the baseboard for?crisp edges! Look how simple!

Repeat?the?stenciling?process until your accent wall is complete. This?stenciled?accent wall screams?trendy! Who knew a?tile stencil?was for more than just floors? Can’t get enough of Cutting Edge Stencils:

Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!

Karli and the Cutting Edge Stencil’;s team

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