Step up your holiday gift-giving with something a little more personal. Stenciled wrapping paper is a beautiful and inexpensive way to wrap presents and your friends and family will definitely want to save every scrap. Stencils add a unique look to this DIY project because you can choose from our entire stencil collection or from our traditional Holiday Craft Stencils. You can also use any color scheme you like best! Check out these stencil tutorials that show you how to personalize your own Christmas wrapping paper with any look you want:
Give the gift of glam this holiday season with stenciled Christmas gift-wrap! What better way to complement your thoughtful gift than to wrap it in something you made. This season we got inspired by Hollywood regency glitzy glamour, and created our own DIY wrapping paper using geometric shapes, black and white, and lots and lots of luxurious metallics! Here’s how we did it:
Step 1: Using pencil and scissors, measure and cut the wrapping paper according to the size and amount of the gift boxes that you will eventually wrap. Doing this first will help avoid wasting any material and making extra work for yourself.
Step 2: Stencil your sheets of wrapping papers with your favorite patterns and paints using a stencil brush. Let dry.
Step 3: Time to wrap your Christmas presents with your pretty stenciled wrapping paper! Give your gifts a finishing touch by wrapping embellished ribbons around the gifts and creating luxurious bows. Remember to mix and match pattern and colors! Hollywood Regency is all about combining materials, patterns, lux, and sparkle!
For this project, we used the Flat Black Royal Stencil Creme and Pure White Chalk Paint to stencil on the Sonic Border Stencil, Get Ziggy With It Stencil, and All The Angles Stencil onto the silver wrapping paper. By using the flat paints for the metallic paper and the metallic paints for the flat paper, we added more contrast to our DIY wrapping paper.
Now you have DIY gift-wrap that is vivaciously vintage and gorgeously glam! Whether you’re looking for something highly customized and personalized, or you’re looking to scale back without losing that personal touch, stenciling wrapping paper is a sure way to impress!
Gifts made from recycled materials are perfect for your eco-conscious friends & relatives! But did you know that you can take it one step further and also give your gifts in eco-friendly gift packaging! This stencil tutorial has three great ideas on how you can dress up your resuable gift packaging in creative ways. What’s even better is that these stencils are also reusable! Simply change the color and the surface and your craft stencils will give you endless designs for any DIY home décor project too! Read on to see how you can do this!
Mason jars make the cutest gift packaging for homemade Christmas Bark or a handmade scarf! Not sure what to do? Pinterest has a million creative Mason jar gift ideas! Of course, the Mason jar itself is a gift. And who doesn’t need another good solid jar. They are perfect for leftovers, beverages or holiday candy!
To dress up your jar, simply stencil construction paper that has been trimmed to fit the jar. Yes, it’s that easy! Tie a satin ribbon around for an extra festive touch. If you’d like to actually stencil the jar itself – here is a tutorial on creating an etched glass design on a jar. That tutorial used these stars, however, a Monogram pattern would be great for a gift!
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An eco-conscious alternative to wrapping paper is a decorative gift box that can be repurposed! After the gift is removed, store delicate Christmas decorations inside or display on a mantel as a decoration itself! Using Jennifer Rizzo’s Mix and Match Christmas Stencils, we layered stencil designs on top of each other to give each box a unique one of a kind design. This is a great project you can do with your kids! They can let their imaginations run wild mixing stencil combinations! Just make sure that each layer is thoroughly dry before you layer the next design!
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Stencil Gift bags are easy to personalize and also a great activity for you and your kids! This idea is also the most cost effective, especially if you need to do a bunch of small gifts for a soccer team, your colleagues, or a classroom! Buy a bulk package of solid gift bags and then mix and match Jennifer Rizzo Christmas stencils with various Red and Green Chalk Paint blends and you’re done! There are enough combinations that each bag can have an individual look! What’s great is that you can reuse your stencils on another project and spread the festive flare allover your house too! Here are some other tutorials to get your creative ideas flowing: How to stencil a throw pillow or hand towels for a guest bathroom.
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We love the holidays here and these stencils have been colorized for Christmas – which is so much fun, but if you use your imagination you’ll see that stencils are the ultimate eco-friendly decorating tool you’ll ever buy. They are always reusable with endless possibilities in creativity. Don’t believe us? Here are some examples. The antlers, reindeer and pine tree stencils would be really cute for a rustic home décor accents like a throw pillow in the family room. And the shining star, marching stars, and Falling Stars would be cute in the back of a kids’ bookcase.
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? Check out our Holiday Stencils Collection to see what others have done! Spread your Christmas cheer! Share your holiday stencil projects! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on Instagram with #royaldesignstudio.