INTRODUCING: Cathe Holden’s Inspired Barn Stencils!

For years I’ve been creating my own typographic stencils inspired by early advertising flea market finds and different from anything I could find on the market. I cut my designs out with an electronic cutting machine to make stencils for use on everything from furniture and apparel to mixed media art and assemblage pieces. But not anymore!!!I’m thrilled to have partnered with to bring this exciting new line of typographic stencils to market and available to all- even international orders!

Cathe Holden’s Inspired Barn stencils are ideal for all experience level crafters, artists and makers. These stencils are excellent for adding texture layers in mixed media projects, transforming furniture and home accessories, and embellishing apparel. Use for cardmaking and collage, and even for food-crafting like dusting cakes and breads!

• Paint
• Ink
• Bleach
• Embossing powder
• Markers
• Glass etching cream
• Gold leaf
• Glitter
• Texture paste
• Fabric Dye
• Gel medium
• Food powders (ie. sugar, flour)

24 stencil designs available in 2 sizes:

12″ x 12″ &  6″ x 6″

Each stencil is laser cut for precision from 7.5 mil mylar and individually packaged in a clear, zip-closure.

The stencils are reusable, durable, flexible, easy to clean, and solvent proof. And, best of all, they are MADE IN THE USA!

See the entire line available at    But wait! THERE’S MORE!Order one or more stencils now through April 28, 2018 and receive this BONUS 6″ stencil FREE!

If you create, embellish, transform or make anything with an Inspired Barn stencil I would LOVE to see it! Share your piece(s) on social media using hashtag #inspiredbarnstencils

If you’re interested in becoming an Inspired Barn stencil STOCKIST, please contact Cheri McAllister at for wholesale ordering.

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