How to Stencil Glass Doors

How to Stencil Glass Doors

Hi everyone! It’s Jennifer from Town and Country Living sharing with you today. April is finally here and that means warmer weather is right around the corner. I can’t wait! For me, spring means pretty pastels, fresh flowers, and lace. To create the look of lace on the doors of my corner dining hutch, I painted a feminine stencil pattern on the glass.

This was a quick and fairly easy project. 

 Here’s a before shot of my cabinet. See how plain the glass doors look?
Hubby had some old brushes and white acrylic paint, so all I needed was the stencil and adhesive.
I cut the stencil apart so I could fit the edging better.
I didn’t use a lot of stencil adhesive so the glass would remain clean.
The trick is not to thin your paint too much. Then simply brush it onto your stencil.
I used a fairly simple stencil for this project.
I think the stenciled glass doors look prettier than plain glass.
And I think the pattern compliments the vintage China inside.
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  1. What a lovely project Jennifer! Just the perfect touch. ~Tammy
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  2. I never would have thought to use white paint rather than some type of glass etching cream. This sounds so much easier and it looks amazing! Pinning!
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