I did this last month. (in one day)
I made about 20 test runs on white butcher paper to find just the right color combination. And settled on this:
And here’s all the stuff it took to get the paint onto the wall.
The stencil is from Trimbelle River Studios. The room doesn’t have much in the way of long walls so I did a lot of fudging to make the motifs fit.
I used oil paint sticks and stenciling brushes. (Shiva: Olive Green, Yellow Ochre, (and a little Barn Red) Windsor/Newton Manganese Blue.) First time I’ve worked with paint sticks. Because they have to be smushed onto a pallette before you pick up the paint on the brush it takes longer than stenciling with acrylics but I like the way the paint has dimension on the wall and the fact that the colors are somewhat transparent.