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 […]
Take a look at these fabulous stenciled pillows from Jessica of Chapman Place! Jessica made these pillows using a canvas drop cloth, stencils she cut with her Cricut machine, and Krylon Glitter Blast spray paint. For a complete tutorial, visit her blog. For those of you who don’t have a Cricut machine, Jessica is selling […]
These stenciled pillows are from the Black-and-Bling collection of Halloween decorating ideas over at bhg.com. The stenciling was done on faux leather with metallic paint, using the candlesticks and spider web stencils from Stencil Kingdom. Visit bhg.com to find instructions for making your own stenciled pillows for Halloween.
LuAnn Kessi of May Your Bobbin Always Be Full, offers a tutorial on stenciling these beautiful tote bags using Cedar Canyon Stencils and Jacquard Lumiere Colors. Visit LuAnn’s blog for the full tutorial with all the details.