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    Winged Wildlife shows exquisitely intricate hand painted examples of butterflies, moths and damselflies. Use this Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper as a whole sheet or as individual cut outs. These illustrations have been chosen from a late 18th century publication showcasing “the most beautiful and curious” flora and fauna from European and Chinese gardens. The subjects here include some of nature’s most eye-catchingly exquisite fauna against a background of Graphite.

    The full title of the publication these drawings were featured is, “Collection precieuse et enluminée des fleurs les plus belles et les plus curieuses, qui se cultivent tant dans les jardins de la Chine, que dans ceux de l’Europe”. (Precious and illuminated collection of the most beautiful and curious flowers, which are cultivated as much in gardens of China as those of Europe). Whilst the artists are unknown, the author is Pierre Joseph Buchoz (1731-1807) a French medical doctor who also studied, taught and wrote on botanical and natural history subjects.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

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    RHS Decoupage Paper Winged Wildlife

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    An ornate garden design by Peter Lauremberg (1585-1639): “Horticultura”. Frankfurt: 1631. This Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper shows a repeated starburst design in Napoleonic Blue.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Starburst

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    This Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper shows some of the illustrations of fauna from the RHS Lindley Collections. This decoupage Paper uses hand-coloured engraved pages from a popular 1819 publication showing three beautiful songbirds nesting amongst foliage. Here we’ve featured Tomtits, Redpolls, and Pied Finches. They are printed on undyed tissue paper, designed to harmonise with an Old White painted background.

    *George Brookshaw’s “Six Birds, Accurately Drawn and Coloured after Nature, with Full Directions for the Young Artist”, designed as a companion to the “Treatise on Flower Painting”. Each colour plate has a matching uncoloured plate so the reader can copy the colour illustration. Brookshaw (1751-1823) was an artist and teacher of flower painting who exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1819.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Songbirds

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    Roundabouts is adapted from an engraved illustration of a design for a knot garden. This Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper uses a garden plan from Stephen Blake: “The Compleat Gardeners Practice”. London: 1664. Printed for Thomas Pierrepoint.  This bold circle and square design uses Aubusson Blue and Chalk Paint™ in Tilton, a colourway reminiscent of Portuguese tiles.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Roundabouts

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    Mint is a refined and graceful botanical floral paper from the Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage collection. These elegant watercolours of mint are by Pierre François Ledoulx, a painter of flowers and insects from Brussels. These unfussy botanicals would look fabulous as part of a kitchen or garden facing space. They are printed on undyed tissue paper, designed to harmonise with an Old White painted background.

    *Taken from volume I of “Regne Vegetal” (c.1790-1820) which contains botanical drawings by at least four identified artists. “Regne Vegetal” was compiled by Baron Joseph van Huerne and originally bound as a set of 4 albums. Two of these beautiful volumes are in the RHS Lindley Collections.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Mint

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    Formal Rome shows an Italian rather than an English garden plan. This elegant oval pattern  from the Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper uses an engraved plan for a parterre, from Giovanni Baptista Ferrari (1584-1655): “De florum cultura”. Rome: 1633. A parterre is an elaborate type of garden consisting of plant beds separated and connected by paths. Parterres feature ornate clipped box hedges swirling around pathways in mirrored or geometric patterns, often decorated further with statues. This design has been printed to match Chalk Paint™ in Tilton.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

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    Paper. Pieter van Kouwenhoorn (or Couwenhoom) was a painter who flourished in the 1620s and 1630s in the Netherlands. The illustrations Annie Sloan has featured here are taken from van Kouwenhoorn’s watercolour collection of botanical illustrations, which dates from the 1630s and celebrates popular flowers of the day. Here, stunning drawings of various popular flowers and blooms of the time are emphasised against a dramatic backdrop of Graphite (available as Chalk Paint™ and Annie Sloan Wall Paint).

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Formal Garden

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    Floribunda is the most colourful of the Annie Sloan with Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Papers. These exuberant, joyful, ostentatious blooms have been created by collaging the work of numerous painters; in particular the illustrations of Caroline Maria Applebee (born in London in 1799) and Graham Stuart Thomas (1909 – 2003). Annie transposed various stems to create this concupiscent bouquet, which flourishes against a backdrop of Napoleonic Blue (available as both Chalk Paint™ and Annie Sloan Wall Paint).

    Caroline Maria Applebee appears to have been the daughter of a wealthy middle-class family who owned conservatories and greenhouses (thereby providing access to the plants and flowers Caroline painted).  Graham Stuart Thomas was a partner at Sunningdale Nurseries in the mid 1940s and Gardens Advisor to the National Trust from 1955. In the 1960s he was awarded the RHS’s Veitch Memorial Medal and the Victoria Medal of Honour. Made an OBE in 1975, Graham Stuart Thomas is recognised as a horticulturist, rosarian, writer and artist.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Floribunda

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    This Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper shows an elaborate engraved bedding plan, from Leonard Meager (c.1624-c.1704) “The English Gardner”. London: 1688. Reproduced here in Olive (available as Chalk Paint™ and Annie Sloan Wall Paint) this intricate floral pattern is the quintessential choice for English country homes.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Fleury

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    Dutch Tulips is a joyful floral Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper. Pieter van Kouwenhoorn (or Couwenhoom) was a painter who flourished in the 1620s and 1630s in Haarlem and Leiden, within the Netherlands. These stunning watercolours of variegated tulips were painted around the time of Tulip Mania during the Dutch Golden Age. Annie Sloan has enlarged the design to make a gorgeously ostentatious floral statement against a background of Original (available as Chalk Paint™ and Annie Sloan Wall Paint).

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Dutch Tulips

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    Borders is an Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper showing a plan for a knot garden from “The orchard and the garden”. London: printed by Adam Islip 1602. This geometric design is an elaborate repeat of squares and circles, printed to match Chalk Paint™ colours Barcelona Orange and Antionette. It features hatching to create a detailed, shaded effect.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Borders

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    Botanical Drawings is a simple, elegant and charming Annie Sloan with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Decoupage Paper showing thistles, pears, strawberries, lemons, and more. The images have been selected from Botanical Drawings by Crispijn de Passe the Younger (c.1589/93-c.1670). From “Hortus floridus”. Arnheim: 1614.

    Crispijn de Passe the Younger was born into a dynasty of printmakers, and learnt his trade as an engraver, draughtsman and printmaker of the Dutch Golden age from his father Crispijn the elder. This is some of the earliest work included in the Annie Sloan with Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) collaboration. The designs have been printed on an understated background of Old White (available as both Chalk Paint™ and Annie Sloan Wall Paint), with hints of Chalk Paint™ in Emile and Amsterdam Green in the line work.

    ® The Royal Horticultural Society. The Royal Horticultural Society, and its logo, are trade marks of The Royal Horticultural Society (Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262) and used under licence from RHS Enterprises Limited.

    RHS Decoupage Paper Botanical Drawings

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    The Meadow Flowers stencil features delicate blooms of cow parsley, daisies, fritillaries and clover with wild grasses, reminiscent of the blossoms which brighten Port Meadow in Annie’s home of Oxford each summer.

    This is a thoroughly versatile design in the grand tradition of botanical and floral stencils. It can be adapted to suit traditional, modern or retro Interiors depending on whether you use neutrals, brights, or strong pastel colours to render the design. Follow from walls to furniture to create a witty wildflower border.

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    The Paisley Floral Garland stencil can be used as a flower string design along horizontal surfaces or repeated to create a high impact chintz look. The paisley shape synonymous with traditional Indian designs is inspired by the tropical mango – but named after the town of Paisley in Scotland (where many Kashmiri shawls were made). Paint in hot, spicy Chalk Paint™ colours or indigo Oxford Navy to channel the Paisley Floral Garlands Annie was inspired by in Rajasthan.

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    Paisley Floral Garland

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    These Mexican Birds are inspired by Annie’s love of traditional Otomi embroidery and design from Mexico. Otomi folk artwork centres on themes of native flora and fauna, hence the birds and tropical flowers used here. Traditionally, the Otomi people use bright clashing multicolours to bring joy and colour to their homes, which we think works wonderfully with this design. Alternatively, use tonal shades for a more subtle statement.

    Here we see an example of the stencil used with Old White and Provence.

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    Mexican Birds

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    Countryside Bird is a simple, classical, pastoral tribute to the glorious English hedgerow. It follows in a tradition of bucolic countryside motifs such as toile, William Morris fabrics, and Francois Boucher’s tapestries. Use for a classical, farmhouse or romantic effect. Different elements of the design can be repeated around a room for a cohesive look.

    Countryside Birds

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    Chinoiserie is the extravagant, whimsical, dreamlike 17th Century Western interpretation of Chinese and East Asian artistic traditions. This Chinoiserie Bird stencil design has been inspired in particular by the exquisite hand painted wallpapers at the palace of Drottningholm in Sweden. Use for an elegant, glamorous or avant-garde look. Add touches of gold leaf for an authentically palatial finish.

    Here we see an example of the stencil used with the combination of Country Grey and Old Violet.

    Chinoiserie Birds

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    Paying homage to traditional Indian bone inlay furniture spotted on Annie’s adventures in Rajasthan, the Faux Bone Inlay stencil is made of three separate pieces, including the main inlay pattern and a selection of borders and corners, coming together with smaller embellishments to personalise your pattern.

    Paint your stencil design with Chalk Paint® in Old White, allow to dry, and follow with Pearlescent Glaze for an authentically Indian mother of pearl look (at a fraction of the cost of Bone Inlay furniture).

    Faux Bone Inlay is a three part stencil set.

    Faux Bone Inlay

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