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  • Carey Braidt

    Love the painted floor

  • Geri Johnson

    painted deck - image from:

  • Jennie Bexell

    I love this!! stencil tencil stencil #stencils #stencil #wall #stencil #wall art #large stencil #stencil design #stencils for walls #DIY #Decal #Wall #Decal #flower stencil #large flower stencils #flower art

  • Juliet Bram

    deck idea. Cutting Edge Stencils - Chrysanthemum Grande Flower Stencil

  • Toni Hynes

    Painted flowers on deck. Very cool.

  • Campfire In A Can

    Boring deck or patio space? Add a splash of color to your outdoor floors by adding a stenciled or painted design. Simple and easy to do in an afternoon, this DIY trick is sure to give your space the update it needs!

  • Alicia Hardy

    Flower Stencil on Outdoor Deck

  • Heather Borst

    painted porch/ deck What a neat idea

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