Above and top – the Japanese Larch Stencil in starburst silhouette style on a black background. Stencilled in Ice White Stencil Paint and over-stencilled with Pearl and Antique Gold Metallic Stencil Paint for a lustrous, reflective finish.
The Japanese Larch Stencil with its three clustered needle groupings works as a stand alone feature or is perfect repeated on walls and fabrics.
Above – the Japanese Larch Stencil creates a beautiful setting for the Large Wild Stags Stencils 1, 2 & 3
Above and below – the Japanese Larch Stencil repeated in natural woodland colours on a beige linen curtain in Motif Fabric Paint colours – Turquoise Green, Leaf Green, Taupe and Strawberry Red (used to darken greens and brown).
Above – stencilling the Japanese Larch Stencil onto good quality fabrics is an easy way to create stunning original curtains. Motif Fabric Paints, once ironed with a hot iron, have a high standard of colour fastness withstanding light and repeated washing very well.
The Japanese Larch Stencil in woodland tones create this soft yet distinctive effect. The high absorbency of fabric makes good quality stencilling easy and it is a great way to ring the changes across the home. Using a good quality paint such as Motif Fabric Paint will ensure good results.
Above – the Japanese Larch Stencil is perfect with the Cherry Blossom Bough and Moon Stencil.
One layer stencil on one large sheet of 125 micron Mylar.
Overall motif with three needle clusters up to 70cm/27.5″ tall x 53cm/20.75″ wide. To give an idea of scale the single middle needle cluster is up to 27cm/10.5″ wide. Sheet size 80cm/31.5″ wide x 60cm/23.5″ high.
Left – shows the layout of the Japanese Larch Stencil.