Use this easy technique to make a stenciled pillow cover or t-shirts, totes, towels, table linens & more for heirloom-quality presents you’ll be proud to give.
Source: On Sutton Place
Stenciling on fabric for gifts requires very little time, equipment, or know-how – it’s something anyone can do! In fact, it’s a great way to get older kids involved in gift-making, too.
While this application is on pillows, which are always fun to give, I also see the potential using this easy technique with stencil cream (less bleeding under the stencil!) to make market bags, t-shirts, tea towels, monogramed napkins and more.
There are stencil options in the linked article below, but there are SO many more you can find in order to individualize your gifts. Here are just a few I found on Amazon, all around $5 or less (affiliate links):
- Blessed & Family stencil
- Alphabet stencils (for monograms)
- Cafe Paris French stencil
- French Market stencil
- Hope word stencil
Stenciled Pillow Cover how-to:
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