Good morning， my DIY friends.？ Have you been keeping up with Cutting Edge Stencils on Instagram？？ Our feed has been on fire lately， with ‘；fan‘；tastic stencil projects.？ We love being tagged in our fans’； creative stencil projects.？ Come take a quick scroll through some of our favorites…；personalized teacher signs
The first picture in our Instagram feed is this stunning bathroom. Should I give you a minute to pick your jaw up off the ground？ The bathroom was designed by Alyssa Rosenheck and painted by Bella Tucker.？ This pretty Peacock Feather Allover stencilI was paired with marble and brass components for a showroom bathroom.
The shoespersonalized gifts for 1 year old， the skirt…； oh THAT wall stencil is what we can’；t keep our eyes off of! Melissa Zimmerman of SkirtedFancy painted our Verde Damask pattern in a soft shimmery white over a neutral beige hue.
Sometimes a little bit of stenciling can go a long way in a small space.？ Harris and Tweed Interiors painted the Anna Damask stencil in gray neutrals.？ They say， “；The stenciled knockout adds a bit of fab shab to this cozy living room. ”；
Blush and gold is one of our favorite color combinations so when this beauty popped up in our Instagram feed， we were in LOVE!？ Mari’；s painted our Chevron Allover pattern in her daughter’；s room and we think she did a fantastic job.
If this were our stenciled bedroom， we might be jumping up and down also!？ Tricia Smith Brown painted this eye-catching gold Moroccan design using our Moroc-N-Roll Allover stencil in her daughter’；s bedroom.
And that about wraps things up.？ We hope you enjoyed our scroll through some of our favorite projects.？ Oh and if you plan on sharing a project with us then be sure to use the hashtag #cuttingedgestencils.
Which one of these Instagram stenciled spaces is your favorite？ Leave us your thoughts in the comments below!
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Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
Like the towel I borrowed from my friend, my new ones felt luxurious and provided so much coverage I could basically walk around with one on like a robe. But while I appreciated their ability to wrap me up like a burrito, after receiving my set I soon discovered that bath sheets have a few flaws. Namely, all that extra fabric means they take a lot longer to dry after each use and makes them a pain to wash. If I put two of them in my standard-capacity washing machine, I couldn’t fit anything else, and I’d often have to run them through two dryer cycles, because just one would leave them damp.
It may be great (and widely beloved) for many, many things, but there's one thing the weighted blanket is not historically good at, and that's keeping its users comfortable when the temperature heats up. The appeal of a weighted blanket for adults is its heft, that it can suppress the nervous system and mimic the full-body pressure of being hugged'and in many cases, that heft comes with some serious heat-trapping power.