There are plenty of ways to use Christmas stencils but one of our favorite ways is with a simple DIY framed art piece. You can add a bow or anything festive you like and you got quite a gift to give at Christmastime!
Add some more festivity to Christmas stencils!
I found this red and black buffalo plaid piece of fabric from Dollarama, our Canadian dollar store, for only $2.50! It came with a lot more than I thought there would be. Since this such a fun plaid for Christmas, I can already imagine all the things we can do with it! I also picked up some Christmas stencils during the Facebook live (link below), I asked everyone to choose which stencil we would use.
Christmas stencils can be used for a plethora of crafts, but we love how this frame came out. The best part is you can switch out the bow, the stencils, practically all of it. This can help create unique gifts for people so no one gets the same exact item.
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- Picture Frame
- Buffalo Check Fabric
- Christmas Stencils
- White Paint
- Paint Brushes
- Stencil Brush
- Hot Glue Gun
How to Make a Simple DIY Framed Art with Christmas Stencils
I shared the tutorial for this framed art on a recent Facebook Live which you can catch here. All of the step by step instructions can be found in the video. If you have any questions at all, please send us a message!
More Christmas Crafts
- Christmas Sign Craft
- Cedar Plank Winter Welcome Sign
- Upcycled Picture Frame Door Decor
- Decorative Planter Pick
- Christmas Terrarium
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