Stenciled placemats, like these I found on Wall to Wall Stencils, are a lovely way to bring stenciling to your holiday dinner table. Visit the Wall to Wall Stencils website for instructions and supplies needed to complete this holiday project.
This project from Yowler & Shepps Stencils offers another great idea for using your Christmas Stencils, and can easily be adapted to other types of gift bags. Visit their website for complete instructions and to purchase the stencil designs pictured. For blank wine bags to stencil on, try Amazon.com or Save on Crafts.
This Christmas Tree Skirt, which was featured in HGTV.com’s Holiday Craft Countdown, was created by stencil designer Doris Glovier of Artistry by Glovier. Full step-by-step instructions are available on the HGTV.com website. For ready-to-stencil canvas tree skirts, try Canvas Corp Brands. And remember that our stencil search engine can help you find the perfect Christmas […]
One of the best things about stenciling is it’s versatility. You can use stencils to paint just about anything, including walls, furniture, or fabric, in styles ranging from traditional theorems to street graffiti. And sometimes you can even stencil without paint. The Frankenstein tshirt pictured was stenciled with bleach using a design from Stencil1. Wouldn’t […]
I bought this blouse two years ago and have probably only worn it twice. Feeling the need for something new, but also feeling the pinch of our economic times, I decided to give this blouse a new lease on life. I bought a package of Rit dye in Cocoa Brown. Gee, I can’t even remember the last […]