Now here’s something a little different for Halloween — stenciled stockings! Using a stencil and fabric spray paint, IndieSpotting created these spooky spider stockings. Visit the IndieSpotting blog for complete how to instructions.
Here’s another way to use those Martha Stewart Cupcake Stencils — to decorate Halloween treat bags! Watch the video below for how-to instructions for this fun Halloween crafts project! For more information, visit Martha’s project page. Source: Martha Stewart Halloween Crafts: Stenciled Halloween Treat Bags
Here is a cute little pumpkin stencil to use in your Halloween crafting. The design came from a vintage Children’s activity book, and is part of The Graphics Fairy’s new KIDS PRINTABLES series. Visit The Graphics Fairy for a larger version of this design, as well as a free pdf download. Find more Halloween Stencils […]
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 […]
This photo from a recent Designer Stencils newsletter provides a sneak peak of some of their new culinary stencils. They now offer Monster Faces, Scary Halloween, Witch’s Hat and Tombstone cookie cutter stencil sets. Not pictured, but also available, are Skulls. From Martha Stewart’s Halloween Central, these cakes and brownies are stenciled with powdered-sugar silhouettes […]