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June 04, 2011

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rouge

I love it. It's wonderful. Very Fromentalish. I have recently bought a new house in which there is a pretty useless shower room which, it has been decided, is to be a guest jungle bathroom and lav with a dark glass roof. I can just see these colours and this pattern leaping in wild abandon all over the walls.

Pamela
http://pimpmybricks.wordpress.com/

Theresa Cheek

They are wonderful! They make me happy too! The colors are so saturated and rich...perfect for the asian theme...great post!

jeanne

I would describe it as effervescent!!
The colours are lovely, Helen.

paintycait

a day with 10 colours...not bad going! I would have faffed and been into the second day for sure :)
Beautiful wall

Helen Morris

A couple of readers have contacted our office for a list of the colours used. Yaaaay are you going to have a go at stencilling a happy wall? The colours are from Liquitex and Golden Paints. Liquitex are available from my site.
http://www.stencil-library.co.uk/accessories-waterbasedpaints-stencils/page1.html
Contact goldenpaints.com for suppliers of their colours.
Liquitex;
cadmium red light, titanium white, medium magenta, viridian, emerald green, bronze yellow, turners yellow, blue-violet,light blue permanent and raw umber.
Golden acrylics provided the cyan blue.
The colour on the wall was Emerald by Johnstones Paints.

cat

this is sooooo beautiful Helen and I cannot believe you did that IN A DAY!
Cat
PS: I worte a comment a couple days ago...don't know if it go to you...

stencil helen

Yes Cat..but it was a long day.
I did not get any message from you a couple of days ago I just checked incase I missed it. Lovely to hear from you thanks for commenting.

Youwhoineverknew.wordpress.com

So glad I found your blog! What a load of inspiration and beauty. I never thought of stenciling a chinoiserie "paper" onto my entry wall...always thought it was just an over-priced dream :)
Kassie aka "Mom"
author of Maybe someone should write that down...

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