How To Stencil A Holiday Tablecloth With Fabric Paint And A Christmas Stencil
How To Stencil A Holiday Tablecloth With Fabric Paint And A Christmas Stencil


First we want to lay out the snowflake
border. We measured three and a half inches with a small ruler and use a
t-square to make sure we had a straight line. Then we use blue painters tape to
make the straight border. We repeated this process on each corner. It’s important to apply spray adhesive
to the stencil so you don’t get any bleed. Place the stencil with a spray
adhesive side touching the fabric. Tape over the words “Merry Christmas.”
For this stenciling project we are going to use white Jacquard fabric paint. You can
get this at www.cuttingedgestencils.com Evenly load the paint onto your roller,
and offload excess paint onto a paper towel. Lightly apply pressure with your white
Jacquard fabric paint. Most likely you’ll need two coats. To connect your snow,
evenly flip your second Christmas stencil. Align the similar snow size
pattern next to each other for seamless look. To create the perfect corner tape off
any trees or houses that get in the way. Make sure your snow is always connecting. Now it’s time for the snowflake border.
Start your corner with the biggest snowflake stencil, then randomly place
your snowflakes and before you know it you’ll have the perfect Christmas
tablecloth!

3 thoughts on “How To Stencil A Holiday Tablecloth With Fabric Paint And A Christmas Stencil”

  1. maria rosa vicente sanchez says:

    Very beautiful!!! Thank you so much for sharing 🙏

  2. CuttingEdgeStencils says:

    Hello DIYer's! What future stenciling projects would you like Cutting Edge Stencils to do? We love to teach people new techniques and all the possibilities you can do with a stencil. Comment below!

  3. Nancy Massi says:

    Great job! Loved watching this. Have a great Christmas!

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