Cherry Stencil

Charming cherry fruit stencil
Theme pack with 4 cherry and leaf motifs
2 layer 2 sheet stencil - price £14.00 

Name:  Sweet Cherries Stencil

Price: £14.00 UK Pounds (Currency Converter)


The Cherry Stencil depicts four small bunches of sweet, ripe cherry motifs. Adds instant style and a bright, cheerful look to accessories such as table linen, tea towels and on furniture such as boxes, cupboard doors and painted furniture.  A modern botanical fruit stencil with a host of applications. See size and layout specifications below.

The 4 motifs of the Cherry Stencil can be used as individual motifs, or printed together as a repeat design. Also great on blinds, curtains, drapes, linen cloths and cushion covers and on greetings cards, or for country-style bedroom walls.

Above top - the four motifs of the Cherry Stencil in Very Berry, Hedgerow, Chocolat Stencil Paints and Antique Gold Metallic Stencil Paint.


The pack comprises 4 two layer motifs, as illustrated below. The smallest motif measuring up to 9cm (3 1/2") across; the largest motif measuring up to 14cm (5 1/2") by 16cm (6 1/4") at widest points, with the approximate diameter of a full cherry being just over 2.5cm (1") at its widest points.

Above - the layout of the 2 stencil sheets of the Cherry Stencil. Left - layer one motifs. Right - layer two leaf vein and cherry details.

Above - the Cherry Stencil has been used to decorate a painted wooden box with Very Berry, Woodland and Antique Gold Metallic Stencil Paints.



Above: Top left Cherry Stencil in Cerise and China Blue Stencil Paint; top right in Forget-me-not and Indian Purple Stencil Paint; above left in Willow and Emerald Forest Stencil Paint; above right in Navy Charcoal and Shoreline Stencil Paint.

   Wall Stencils Sweet Cherries Stencil Interior Design   Ceramic Tiles   
Above left - the Cherry Stencil instantly brightens up a linen tea cloth in Strawberry Red, Olive, Leaf Green and Gold Fabric Paints. Above right - Cherry Stencil on ceramic tiles.

Above - the Cherry Stencil shown as a repeated motif in French Lavender and Agapanthus Stencil Paint.