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Happy Friday, my stenciling book worms!? The summer has practically flown by and it’;s hard to believe that we’;re already talking about going back to school.? Whether you have a not-so little one heading off to college

Happy Friday, my stenciling book worms!? The summer has practically flown by and it’;s hard to believe that we’;re already talking about going back to school.? Whether you have a not-so little one heading off to college or you’;re making the big college transition yourself, Cutting Edge Stencils is here to help you do it in style.? We’;ve rounded up five DIY projects to ensure you and your dorm are decked to the nines!

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Painting the walls might be a big no-no but painting your own wall decor is a huge YES!? This stylish wall decor also functions as a magnetic board.? Double the amount of awesome!? Maryann from Domestically Speaking crafted this project and here’;s how you can recreate it.? She stenciled the Hourglass Allover stencil using blue acrylic craft paint onto a piece of burlap.? Then she used a hot glue gun to adhere the painted burlap to a piece of sheet metal.? Using a hammer and nailcanvas throw pillow covers, she made two small holes in the top for the ribbon. WAHLA! You’;ll have stenciled wall art that looks pretty and is functional!

It’;s true that staying organized can be a bore of a chore.? We love the thought of banishing that boredom with some patterned eye-candy!? Kristi from Notes for My Little Ladies created this charming “;clutter”; holder using the Zamira Card Stencil and a white Ikea magazine holder.? She simply stenciled the Moroccan pattern in four fun colors.? Kristi says, “;I am very happy with how it turned out. I love the pattern and the extra pop of color it adds to the room.”;

Wouldn’;t you love to do your homework on this stenciled beaut? Rebecca from Best Designs by Rebecca, prettied up an old desk that she had bought at a yard sale for her daughter’;s college apartment.? She painted the desk a sky blue and then stenciled our Paisley Allover pattern in gray and white.? To complete the look, she added pretty glass knobs.

Piles of laundry might not look so bad if they’;re stacked in this adorable Polka Dot basket!? Kalica from Miss Mash DIY, created a nifty looking hamper liner using paint and a drop cloth.? Then she placed it into a hamper she purchased on sale at Target.? To recreate this project use our Polka Dot Allover Stencil and pink acrylic craft paint.

Here’;s a stencil project that might have you cast as the stylish gal on campus!? Belinda from TutsPlus glammed up a plain white tote blag using a zippy stripe pattern.? You could easily recreate this project on any one color tote bag by using the Chevron Allover? Stencil and pastel acrylic craft paints.

So that’;s it folks! We hope you enjoyed our roundup of stenciled dorm decor.

Tell us, which one of these stenciled dorm ideas would you LOVE to create?? We’;d love to read your comments in the section below!

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Thanks for reading, and good luck stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew

Do you ever watch those TV hospital shows and think, "I could do that"? Maybe not be an actual, real-life doctor. But you could wear a white coat, carry a stethoscope, and yell, "Get me a C-Spine, Chem 7, and a V-Fib!" I have no idea what any of those terms mean. They're just fun to shout. To get you just a little bit closer to your doctor daydreams, we're here to show you how one of the medical devices you saw Dr. Greene use every week can also be a big help in your sewing room. It's called a hemostat, and it's basically a locking clamp shaped like a long pair of scissors. (Probably what Dr. Greene wanted when he yelled, "Clamp!") A hemostat is extremely useful when you need to turn long, narrow tubes right side out.

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When we think of teachers, there are many traits that come to mind — dedicated, inspiring, resourceful, caring, and passionate to name a few. And when the holidays come around, parents and students love to find that perfect gift to show their appreciation for what makes teachers so amazing. But what do teachers wish for when they hear those sleigh bells ringing? We’ve found that it’s not the iPads and LCD projectors that top their holiday wish lists–on the contrary–it’s things like disinfecting?wipes, glue sticks, and dry erase markers.? That’s right, as exciting and creative as teachers can be, when we rounded up a list of the top 10 wish list items from teachers across the nation, the results were, well, downright boring!? While pricey technology items definitely have their place in the classroom, it’s the “boring” stuff like markers, scissors, and glue sticks that students use to create the things that shape their minds and fuel their creativity. And since many teachers spend over $450 of their own money on school supplies each year, most consider it a major bonus when parents gift these items for the holidays. So why not post a wish list that tells all those practical parents out there what teachers really want this holiday season? School supplies may not seem like glamorous gifts, but when put to use in the classroom, the results are anything but boring!

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