Angie, of Burton Avenue, created the Halloween garland above using a freezer paper stenciling technique on burlap. Visit her blog for step-by-step instructions for making both the banner above and the reverse version, shown left.
Why settle for plain paper bags when you can stencil reusable canvas totes to carry the Halloween treats home? Follow the links for tutorials and free stencil patterns. Halloween Craft: Cereal Box Stencils From Alphamom. Project includes free patterns for making your own stencils. Martha Stewart Crafts Halloween Trick or Treat Pumpkin Tote Bag These […]
Here are two great stenciling finds for Easter using fabric lace and paper doilies to stencil eggs. Professional crafter Suzonne Stirling created the delicate patterns on these stenciled eggs using paper doilies. Visit her Urban Comfort blog for a step-by-step tutorial. This second example, from Martha Stewart’s website, uses more of a reverse stenciling technique. […]
Visit the Wee Waldorf blog for a tutorial on making this Earthly Love Stenciled Tote. You’ll find step-by-step directions and the stencil design as a free download.
Today’s Valentine’s Day Stenciling round-up feature ten diy stenciling projects with Valentine’s themes. Visit the links for more photos and project details! Love Hand Towel From Amy of The Idea Room comes this pretty stenciled hand towel. Using a couple of strips of blue painter’s tape, a lettering stencil and some acrylic paint, she created […]