10 DIY Stencil Projects for the Holidays

Make your mark on gift bags or even as a unique way to disguise a potted living tree container or tree stand. Via Mixed Method. (Image credits: The Marion House Book; The Graphics Fairy; The Lilypad Cottage; Mixed Method; Vintage Junky; Jenna Burger; Sabbe Interior Design; Anythingology; A Bubbly Life; Mommy is Coo Coo) It’s a cinch to clean off after the holidays. BOTTOM ROW
These embellished cloth placemats will be around for you to enjoy season after season. Via SAS Interiors. Via The Lilypad Cottage. Find an old board or framed canvas to stencil your own message of holiday cheer. Whether you want to personalize Christmas stockings or gift bags, or whip up a one-of-a-kind tree skirt, here are ten projects we love:

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Stenciled muslin bags and a bulletin board make for an easy advent calendar. Claus silhouette pillows are modeled after a much more expensive version. Via The Marion House Book. and Mrs. They’re inexpensive, allow you to produce multiples quickly and make customizing a cinch. Make a reindeer silhouette tree skirt or personalize one with your family member’s silhouettes. These Mr. Give your mirrors or windows a festive, snowy holiday design using acrylic craft paint or fake spray snow. Stencils are a great addition to the DIYer’s tool bag for many reasons. I’ve seen a similar Santa version from Pottery Barn.), is an inexpensive way to add to your holiday decor. This one is cuter than any I’ve seen for sale! Another take on the advent calendar, but this one uses stenciled boxes (and who doesn’t love the clever take on Rudolph?). Via Mommy is Coo Coo. Via Anythingology.

Updated: 08.12.2014 — 18:17