This stenciled pillow from CountryLiving.com was crafted using upholstery spray paint and Stencil 1’s Birch Tree stencil. I found this monogrammed pillow on Better Homes & Garden’s bhg.com web site. The article includes other examples of monogrammed projects, including chair covers and table linens, and you can use our stencil search engine to find a […]
When Emily of The Last Word wanted throw pillows with a geometric trellis design, she decided to take matters into her own hands. Visit her blog for step-by-step instructions on making and stenciling the pillow shown. Julie of Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss used freezer paper stenciling and applique to create this pillow. Her blog post […]
This stenciled gardening vest, by Diane Ericson of ReVisions, is the perfect summer project. Diane created the vest using her Creative Companion #110 pattern, stencils from her ReVisions stencil line and Jacquard Textile Colors. You can find the Jacquard fabric paints online at Dick Blick Art Materials.
If you have not used Roc-lon® Multi-Purpose Cloth™, I highly recommend this heavy duty fabric for a variety of stencil projects. The beauty of this fabric is that it cuts with a very clean edge, using scissors or an Xacto™ knife/craft knife. I typically find this fabric at my local JoAnn Fabrics store and almost […]
Kathy Barlow, of HomeWorkshop.com, created these cheerful Easter table toppers using the freezer paper stenciling method and fabric paints. These are the perfect Spring project for sprucing up your holiday table, and the technique is simple enough that your kids can get in on the fun! Visit the Easter and Spring DIY Craft — Table […]