Christmas is knocking at the door! It’s high time to transform your home seclusion into a place full of magic and Christmas decorations. Will you bet on the purchase of ready-made decorations? Or maybe you will make them on your own? After all, nothing enjoys more than home-made decor! A painting stencil, your favorite paint color palette, decorative mass, and the right tools are all you need! Do you think you can only adorn walls and furniture? Of course not! In today’s post, we will show you 3 different ways to make original Christmas decorations using reusable plastic stencils. Contrary to appearances, it is very simple, and the preparation of such an ornament always gives a lot of fun and joy to all household members. Get inspired, choose your favorite Christmas tree, Santa, or snowflake theme, and create a breathtaking decoration that will delight everyone!
#1 Gift wrapping paper
Ho! Ho! Ho! Are you looking forward to the visit of Santa Claus and the symbolic giving of gifts to your loved ones? Amuse yourself with preparations for the upcoming Christmas! Aesthetically packed presents will be a perfect addition to a Christmas tree filled with baubles. Are you wondering how to decorate the gift paper with your own hands? We are already in a hurry to help! Begin with cutting out the correct paper size. Before starting work, make sure that the surface on which you will paint is clean. Place the stencil on the paper wherever you want. However, be sure to attach it with paper masking tape. Thereby you will avoid uneven, unsightly lines. Such a well-prepared stencil, you just have to fill with your favorite shade, and smooth sponge brushes will certainly help you achieve the perfect effect and apply the paint. After carefully painting, gently remove the stencil from the paper and let it dry completely. The stencil’s high quality and durability means that you can repeat a given pattern over and over again! Santa Claus, a santa sleigh, or snowflakes border? Don’t limit yourself to just one motif! Combine them all and create a truly christmas composition on any surface!
#2 Christmas inscription
Are you a creative person who always bet on out of the box solutions? In that case, a sign with a Christmas inscription made of decorative mass will certainly suit your tastes. A few solid, sanded boards, plaster, a painting stencil, and a putty knife are all you need to create a breathtaking decor! How to make such an original ornament step by step? On our website you will find detailed instructions that will certainly make your task easier and resolve any doubts. To add the desired “final touch” and to additionally illuminate the entire work, it is worth betting on colored or silver glitter. Attached with a paper masking tape stencil fill with the plaster, gently tear it off the surface, and sprinkle it with brocade or other trimming sprinkles. In that, your ornament will get even more christmas character. Leave the adorned decor to dry completely. An equally extraordinary way to create a unique Christmas ornamentation is the use of decorative concrete. It is not only a minimalist wall finish, but also a decorative element rich in details.
#3 Coffee with sprinkles
Gingerbreads for the Christmas tree or cookies for Santa Claus? Maybe a unique coffee for guests? Painting stencils can be used in many ways, and a delicious-looking drink is just one of them. Making such a pattern on coffee may seem difficult and time-consuming. Nothing could be more wrong! Start with preparing coffee with lots of whipped cream or frothed milk. On the very top, carefully put the stencil with the selected Christmas motif. Sift any spice, sprinkle, or finely ground coffee through the strainer and carefully remove the stencil. Ready! It’s a simple and quick way to create an extraordinary decor that will surely delight all your guests. A warm drink served in such an original way will perfectly complement the gingerbread cookies.After all, homemade baking is an inseparable element of the Christmas table! In our wide range you will find as many as two different sets of patterns designed to decorate festive sweets. Snowman, Santa Claus and a reindeer? Or maybe a snowflake, a shooting star and a sock? Which one will you bet on? Don’t limit yourself! Mix both ensembles and go crazy with the Christmas decorations!