Tuesday, April 30, 2013

DIY Staining Projects

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With my recent search for various kinds of stains for my Natural Wood Stain Tutorial, I've come across a some pretty terrific projects. Here are a few of my favorite!

Saw Dust and Embryos caught my eye with this beautiful Buffet Table Redo.

The Happier Homemaker created a World Map

The Design Sponge shows off a project from Amy Rice's book. Her stencil chair

Centsational Girl demonstrates how to create her DIY Chess End Table

DIY Vintage Chic {yes, that's me!} Stained Woodcut

HGTV's Curb Appeal spruces up a Porch Floor

Ashen Felter gets artist with staining in the Wood Stain on Birch

551 East Design uses a number of stains for a Stained Dresser

Domestic Imperfections created a Paisley Stenciled Table

Ambitious Procrastinator uses a stencil for this Cabinet
Ambitiouc Procrastinator uses a stencil and wood glue to create a beautiful design with wood stain

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3 comments:

  1. How do people create the patterns used for staining? Is it a stencil process? how do you keep the stain from bleeding under the stencil?

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