Put Some Pattern On It: Stencil Resources

Put Some Pattern On It: Stencil Resources

Jason Loper
Feb 4, 2012

It's project month here at Apartment Therapy and one of the easiest ways to kick out a fun patterned project is with a stencil. Whether painting a wall or adding pattern to the front of a dresser, stencils make short work of jazzing up a project. Here, we've collected some online sources for stencils and supplies…

Stenciling works with just about any kind of paint — from regular ol' latex to spray To make getting started on your project a little easier, most of the online stores also offer paint, brushes and other supplies.

Cutting Edge Stencils Cutting Edge has a vast selection of stencils; from large sizes for creating an allover pattern to smaller stencils suitable for craft projects.

Royal Design Studio While Royal Design Studio has a huge selection of stencils, the site is also notable for offering how-tos for stenciling projects.

Designer Stencils In addition to offering templates for walls and crafts, Designer Stencils also stocks culinary stencils. Cake bakers, start your mixers!

The Stencil Library From England, The Stencil Library "is generally accepted as being the worlds leading designer and manufacturer of decorative stencils."

Stencil 1 If you're looking for edgier stencils, Stencil 1 is the site for you. From retro TVs to funky headphones, you'll find stencils here that you won't see on other sites.

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