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Stencil How To: DIY Christmas Table Décor for your Holiday Dinner

Opening-Image It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Family get-togethers, parties, and dinners are being planned with anything green, red, and made with love. Royal Design Studio stencils are here to help you serve up holiday magic and create a one of a kind table for the holidays that’s made from the heart not just store bought!

Read on to learn how to Stencil table runners and placemats from my new Jennifer Rizzo Christmas Stencil Collection.

Rudolph the Rustic Table Runner

reindeer-christmas-decor-diy-stencils-craftingSupplies:

Step One: Position the Reindeer Christmas Stencil on the table runner and tape it across at the base of the deer head.

Step Two: Stencil the deer head portion with Royal Stencil Crème in Renaissance Red. Note: We recommend offloading. Remember to load your brush with paint, and then offload on a piece of paper towel before stenciling.

Step Three: Position the Holiday Garland Christmas Stencil on one side of the reindeer head and stencil with Royal Stencil Crème in Bright Gold.

Step Four: Clean the stencil and flip it over to stencil the opposite side. Let it dry before reuse.

Step Five: Repeat steps Three and Four with the Holiday Garland Christmas Stencil. This time use the Renaissance Red. Stencil lightly with a near dry brush. Blend well. This creates a shaded effect. Let dry.

My Christmas stencils are made for mixing and matching. Here’s another way for you to personalize your table runner. Maybe for a gift? Below I show you how to add a monogram in this next DIY project:

Winter Wonderland Monogramed Table Runner

christmas-holiday-santa-reindeer-craft-stencils Supplies:

Step One: For this project, we stenciled the entire Reindeer Christmas Stencil on the table runner in Renaissance Red. Let dry.

Step Two: Stencil portions of the Standing Trees Christmas Stencil in Antique Gold at each side of the reindeer’s feet.

Step Three: Stencil a monogram of your choice using the Classic Letter Christmas Stencil in Bright Gold. Let dry.

Wait, you’re not done! Finish off your Christmas table with complementary placemats for each of your guests.

Placemats that are Merry and Bright

typography-christmas-holiday-sayings-craft-decor-stencils Supplies:

Step One: Position and tape the Shining Star Christmas Stencil in the center of the placemat and stencil it with Royal Blue. Remember to offload paint off your brush before stenciling!

Step Two: Stencil the letters for MERRY in the center of the star using the Classic Letter Christmas Stencil in Bright Gold and Pearl Oyster. Start with the middle letters and work your way out in either direction. Let dry. Note: We recommend that you use a ruler and chalk to create guidelines for stenciling individual letters.

Step Three: Stencil the letters for JOYFUL and BRIGHT above and below MERRY using the same technique. Let dry.

Create alternating placemats for more holiday fun. Here are two more out of the endless possibilities for mixing these stencils:

Joy to the World and Your Placemats

typogrpahy-garland-christmas-holiday-fabric-stencils Supplies:

Step One: Stencil the letters for JOYEUX NOEL using the Classic Letter Christmas Stencil in Renaissance Red. Start with the middle letters and work your way out in either direction. Let dry.

Step Two: Stencil one star from the Marching Stars Christmas Stencil right below the lettering.

Step Three:  Stencil the Holiday Garland Christmas Stencil on one side. Clean the stencil and flip over to stencil the other side. Let dry.

O Christmas Tree Ornament Placemats

jennifer-rizzo-christmas-ornament-stencil Supplies:

Step One: Stencil the hook of the Christmas Ornament Christmas Stencil with Antique Gold, the top and bottom of the ornament with Royal Blue, and the middle of the ornament with Lime Shine. Let dry.

Step Two: Tape around the top and bottom of the ornament so that they are the only areas exposed.

Step Three: Stencil the Holly Berry Christmas Stencil over the exposed areas on the ornament in Bright Gold. Remove tape and let dry.

Step Four: Stencil the Pine Forest Christmas Stencil in the middle of the ornament with Bright Gold. Let dry.

What other stenciling projects are you inspired to do with my new Christmas Stencil Collection?

Christmas décor doesn’t have to come from a store… Maybe it can mean a little bit more. Want some more Christmas-themed DIY fun? Click here to see what others have done!

Spread your Christmas cheer! Share your holiday stencil projects! Email us at projects@royaldesignstudio.com or tag us on Instagram with #royaldesignstudio.

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