There are so many ways to be creative with stencils around the Holidays, and today we’re linking out to a few blogs featuring tutorials for stenciled Christmas signs.
Candy Cane Kitchen Sign
Bev from Flamingo Toes created this sign inspired by the pattern on a plate she found at Pier 1. Visit her blog for complete instructions and a pdf download of her stencil designs.
Merry Christmas Sign
Joni Prittie stenciled snowflakes and this Merry Christmas greeting on a sign using stencils from The Artful Stencil’s Christmas collection.
Wooden Christmas Sign
I found this inspirational Christmas sign, made using found wood and a handcut stencil, on the Creative “Try”als blog.
Holiday Stenciled Sign
Jen of Tatertots & Jello painted this Christmas sign using products from the new Martha Stewart Crafts™ Paint Line and a stencil she cut with her Silhouette machine. Visit Jen’s blog for a step-by-step tutorial.
Birchwood-look Handpainted Christmas Sign
This sign, created by Sarah of, uses vinyl lettering as a mask for a reverse-stenciling technique.