Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Stenciling Kitchen Pantry Week 4 $100 Room Makeover

Hi All,

It's week 4 of one room makeover for under 100 dollars.

If you are joining me for the first time, I shared the before and plan in Week1, Progress in Week2, I couldnt post any thing for Week3.

I was able to finish stenciling the Pantry over the weekend and I love how stenciling has transformed this tiny place.

stencilled Pantry

I am not new to stencilling, I have tried all sort of stenciling, One with home made template in laundry, without template in my daughter's closet and using all over stencil  in Dining Room. This one was very easy as this didnt involve measuring.

Each shelf varied in height, I just kept stencilling by alligning stencil once on the top and once on the bottom.

I used acrylic paint (left over from this project) and painter's brush.

After painting each, I made sure to wipe the stencil's back so that there is no paint smudging.

I skipped the sides :)

There was some bleeding here and there, I touched it up with base coat.

Stay calm and keep stenciling :)

Stenciled Pantry

I spent a whopping 1 dollar on this as I ran out of acrylic paint and had to buy one more.

Total budget spent so far :- 58.40 (Till last week) +1 = $59.40

Thanks for stopping by. I am off to check out the progress made by other amazing bloggers.


  1. The stenciling looks so pretty and makes such an impact!

  2. I don't have the patience for stenciling...nice work!!

  3. Blue and white is my favorite pretty!

    1. Thank u Cindy! Lately I find myself so drawn to this shade of Blue.

  4. I LOVE this stencil it almost looks like tile! and blue & white is my jam

  5. It looks amazing! Stenciling is so hard to do. You did a fantastic job!

  6. Wow, I have the exact same stencil and there's no way I would have the patience to do that! Nice work

  7. Love that stencil, and the blue is so pretty!

  8. That stencil adds so much to the space! Love it! Beautiful color!


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