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DIY Stenciled Wall Art

Shanty 2 Chic

DIY Stenciled Wall Art – Purdy November

Hey guys!  I am so happy with how today’s project turned out!  I have a blank space on a wall in my living room that has been in need of something fun.  I couldn’t really find what I wanted to put there, so I made it myself!  Look how cute this DIY Stenciled Wall Art turned out!

I teamed up with Purdy to create this super cute project!  It is so simple to do, and most of you will have most of the supplies sitting at home already.  

I started with a scrap piece of ¾” plywood.  I used sanded plywood because the outside is much smoother than traditional plywood.  I cut my piece to 23” x 23”.

I gave the entire piece a good coat of white chalk paint.

Once that was dry, I placed my stencil in one corner of the plywood and attached it to the board using painter’s tape.  I found my stencil super inexpensive HERE on Amazon.  It actually comes with 2 stencils making the project even faster.

Now for the fun part!  I used my Purdy Jumbo Mini 4” roller with my Purdy 4” Jumbo Mini White Dove roller cover to add the black paint over the stencil.  These roller covers leave a smooth, lint-free finish so it’s perfect for this smooth surface.

I just used some inexpensive black acrylic craft paint for this part.  The roller cover made this part so quick!

I let the paint dry, and then used 120 grit sandpaper to distress the entire piece.  I love the rustic look it gives this piece of art!

The final step was adding my frame!  I measured the outside of the plywood and cut some 1×2 boards to size.  I stained them before attaching to make it easier!  Once the stain was dry, I attached the outside frame using wood glue and 1.25” brad nails through the frame and into the side of the plywood.  So easy! 

I LOVE how this turned out.  It filled the empty space perfectly.  It was such a fun and easy project!

To see where to buy your Purdy tools, click here.

This project was sponsored by Purdy Paint Tools, but all opinions and experiences are entirely my own!  I love their paint tools!  They make each job so much easier and they give a professional finish each time.

5 Comments

  1. Cherie on January 19, 2021 at 6:13 am

    I’m interested in the stencil also. Could you please post the Amazon info for it? Thanks.

  2. Carol Sera on January 10, 2021 at 4:32 pm

    Can you fix the link in the description for the stencil you used?
    Thank you!

  3. Karen on January 6, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    Such a cute project. Could you share the stencil link again? It doesn’t seem to work.

  4. Joanne Barnes on December 17, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    what is the amazon order number for the stencil

  5. Beth Looft on December 17, 2020 at 3:03 pm

    What color stain for outside boards? Loved the project!!

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