It’s time to ‘gobble till you wobble’ with family and friends. Make it memorable by giving a personal touch to your table setting and home décor. Here are 5 adorable Thanksgiving stencil décor ideas from creative bloggers that are sure to inspire you this season!
What better way to dress a fall Thanksgiving table than with adorable pumpkin plate chargers? Elisha of Pneumatic Addict Furniture chose our Pumpkin Craft Stencil to create these cute plate chargers and add some fun to her lovely table setting.
“With the foam, it was easy to pick up too much paint and cause bleeding. The brush gave me more control,” said Elisha.
For a step-by-step tutorial, visit her blog post DIY Plate Chargers.
This is a great DIY idea if you are looking to create something quick or on a budget. Laura of Top This Top That used our beautiful Khanjali Ikat Fall Stencil with Gold Craft Paint to create this gorgeous table runner from craft paper. If you like shimmer, try our Bright Gold Stencil Crème instead of the craft paint.
Laura wonders, “If I didn’t tell you that once upon a time my table runner was brown craft paper, you would have thought that I bought this gold Ikat print runner and paid more money then I should have, right?”
Yes! Absolutely Laura.
Find details about this project on Laura’s blog post, Jazz Up the Thanksgiving Table….with Craft Paper and a Stencil.
Bread Basket Liner
Wendi of H20 Bungalow needed to make hostess gifts for a friendsgiving they were invited to. When she came across the Provence Wheat Bundle Furniture Stencil, she knew it was just the perfect choice for making these adorable no sew bread basket liners.
“I love their [Royal Design Studio] products. The stencils are thick and last a really long time,” said Wendi.
Learn more about this project on Wendi’s blog post, No Sew Stenciled Bread Basket Liners.
Apron and Gloves
This year, Angie Forte of The Altered Past wanted to give gifts to all those sweet guests who help with clean up after the big Thanksgiving meal! She decided to pretty up her apron-glove gift sets for her guests with our Petal Play Floral Damask Fall Stencil. Gift wrapped in mason jars and burlap ribbons, this makes for a thoughtful yet inexpensive gift for all your guest helpers.
“Using the [Royal Design Studio] stencil is very simple…even one of this size. Royal Design’s stencils come with registration marks, making it easy to repeat the pattern seamlessly,” said Angie.
A Gift FROM the Hostess has all the details about this quick and easy DIY project.
Jeanette of Snazzy Little Things chose our Falling Feathers Fall Stencil to create this gorgeous stenciled chalkboard wreath with an inspirational holiday quote to decorate her mantel. Recently featured in an Huffington post article too, this project makes for a great DIY holiday home décor idea!
“I love the variety as well as the quality of their [Royal Design Studio] stencils. The stencils are very sturdy and terrific for reuse,” said Jeanette.
See how you too can recreate this chalkboard wall art on Jeanette’s blog post, DIY: Stenciled Chalkboard Wreath.
You can find these and many more adorable fall stencils in our Fall and Thanksgiving Stencil Collection.
Looking for more ideas? Be sure to check out several other Fall and Thanksgiving Stencil DIY Projects here.