Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Humpday Giveaway | DIY Schumacher Zimba inspired stencil

Want to make your own DIY Schumacher Zimba inspired drapery panels?? Well here's your chance! I'm finished the draperies in the living room + office, so I'll be giving it away to one of my readers!


I'm also working on creating a PDF of 8.5x11 sheets with the shapes and numbers (to tape together) for everyone to download in case you would like to try it! I should have it done by next week when the winner is announced!




The giveaway will be open til next Wednesday. Use the widget below to enter! (I copied the widget from last time and forgot to edit the text for the comment section, instead, where would you use the Zimba inspired stencil?)


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Good luck! :)  

41 comments:

  1. I'd love to use this in our living room. We're in need of some curtains in there!

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  2. i would use it on curtains in my master bedroom! inspired by your use of the stencil on curtains :)

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  3. I would love this stencil for our bedroom window treatments! They are plain white panels that are screaming for a makeover!

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  4. I love this print and would use the stencil to make some draperies for my office. They would be perfect. (I haven't painted on fabric yet, but I've been thinking I need to get over my apprehension and just do it.)

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  5. Love this design! I think I'd use these in our bedroom!

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  6. I love these curtains, they would look amazing in our bedroom.

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  7. I would use this stencil on curtains for our living room! maybe in a light blue. how do you get the stencils to stick to the fabric so you can paint over them?

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    1. Hi Nicole, I put double stick tape on the bottom :)

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  8. I love the curtains! I would definitely do this for my guest bedroom, it needs something fun!

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  9. I love them !!! Great alternative to designer fabric (which can be sooo expensive !). Thanks for sharing !

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  10. I would love to use this on my entry way window or possibly my nursery closet that doesn't have a door.

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  11. I would use this in my entry. Love it!

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  12. I'd definitely use the stencil to make curtains for my living room or bedroom. I can't decide. Either way, I'd love to have them!

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  13. I might use this in my entry, on the wall, above the board and batten I want to install. Too crazy? I'd love it in drapes for my bedroom, too.

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  14. I've been trying to recreate that pattern myself since I saw your work / post, so obviously I would love to win it! Among your many talents you have an amazing ability to translate patterns into stencils.

    Robin @ happilyhomeafter.blogspot.com

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  15. Would LOVE these for my little living room in our one-bedroom apt!

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  16. I think I would use the stencil on something small at first, like the top of a dresser or nightstand. Also might look good on a tray.

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  17. Awesome giveaway!
    (by the way I did a desk/bar today that was inspired by your white one that you did for creating with the stars :)

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  18. Love this! would be great for some curtains in our bedroom . . . however I could also be tempted to use this on our kitchen table.

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  19. I love that pattern a d have been trying to figure out how to recreate it myself. I would use it in my living room that desperately needs some curtains!

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  20. Home office! I would love to say "bye bye!" to our darn brown panels.

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  21. I'd love to use the stencil on draperies for our guest room!

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  22. Love this stencil! I think I would use it on a couple of pillows in my living room and possibly on the drapes in my office. I just love the pattern!

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  23. Yes, yes, yes! SO excited about this giveaway! All of the windows in our house need drapes and the Zimba-inspired ones would be perfect!

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  24. I want to stencil a shower curtain uaing a drop cloth as the fabric.

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  25. I LOVE this stencil it is exactly what I've been looking to do for the drapes in our master bedroom....which I am finally redoing after 10years! -- Julie D.

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  26. would love to use if for our bedroom .. it needs some design added to it .. thanks for the chance.

    ghalim
    ghalim at yahoo dot com

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  27. Sarah, I would be thrilled to pieces to win "your" stecil! I would use them in my bedroom!!

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  28. love! I'd probably use this for drapes in my bedroom :)

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  29. Oh my gosh! LOVE these! You blog is AMAZING!!!

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  30. OMG! I love these! Your blog is amazing! Now if I had some time to do these projects! :)

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  31. I would use it on a little side table I just thrifted for our patio!

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  32. I hate to sound so unoriginal, but I'd love to use it to makeover some curtains...just like you!!

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  33. I would totally use the stencil to make curtains in our master bedroom. You've inspired me to update my house and it would be the perfect "Sarah Dorsey" addition!

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  34. I would use it either for curtains or for a desk top. I think it would look pretty cool. Thanks!

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  35. We're buying a new house and these would be absolutely perfect for our front room!

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  36. I would use these in our living room!

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  37. I wold use for the stencil for large throw pillows and drapery panels like you!

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  38. I would use the stencil to create drapes for my breakfast nook! They are just the look I have been going for!

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  39. I would you the stencil for some awesome new curtains!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to share your thoughts! I love hearing what you think! :)

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