Jennifer Evans designed Paisley Shapes and Leaves for her Paisley Florals collection.
The Paisley motif has been around for centuries. Some trace its beginnings to ancient Babylon or in weavings dating back to the first millennium BC. The paisley, known as "boteh" or "buta" refers to the teardrop shape and has been used in weavings, fabric and home decor by people worldwide. Depending on the culture, it can symbolize a tree, fire, the yin-yang symbol, or a spray of floral elements.
Catch the Paisley Fever and doodle your own paisley designs, using the shapes and masks. The flowers and leaves can adorn the inside and/or outside of your paisley shapes.
- Some Disassembly Required - the Masks are attached to the surround with tabs (small uncut sections of plastic). The tabs are easily cut with a thin blade or small sharp scissors. We also suggest good lighting and reading glasses to assist with the process.
- 6" x 6"
- 7 mil mylar is thick enough to be durable, yet thin enough for a seamless look in your art
- Made in the USA
Paisley Shapes & Leaves, Stencil Girl, Art Journal, Furniture
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