Thursday, December 10, 2015

DIY Stenciled Scrap Wood Holiday Art: Create & Share

**This post was created in collaboration with Cutting Edge Stencils. As always, all opinions are my own. You can see my full disclosure here.**

It's Create and Share Challenge time!! This time I am joining up 18 other fabulous bloggers to bring you a variety of stenciled holiday projects, and you don't miss the GIVEAWAY at the bottom. There's a chance for 5 of you to win $50 to Cutting Edge Stencils!! 

Stenciled Scrap Wood Holiday Art: Create and Share project with Cutting Edge Stencils - One Mile Home Style

For this Create and Share project we were all asked to create a project using the Holiday Stencil Collection from Cutting Edge Stencils. I selected the Scroll Christmas Tree card stencil, but I was not going to be using it to make cards.

I have a growing collection of scrap wood, and I knew I had the perfect pieces to make this little stacked woodblock art. Ideally, you would tape (or temporarily affix) your stencil to your project, but that was not happening with this one. I used a clamp to hold my wood pieces tightly together, and did my best to hold the stencil still as I worked.

Scrap Wood and Stencil before paint - One Mile Home Style

I very carefully used the provided stencil brushes to apply my paint and tried to not move my stencil, but given all the texture on the wood, my lines did not come out "perfect". I didn't mind the imperfections though, it adds to the rustic quality of the finished piece of art.

Scrap Wood and Stencil Christmas Art - One Mile Home Style

Once the paint dried, I removed the clamp and stacked up my little scrap woodblocks. It's such a fun little rustic touch to our Christmas decor, and it was so easy to make! 

Stenciled Scrap Wood Christmas Tree with Cutting Edge Stencils - One Mile Home Style

Did you catch the little sneak peek of this scrap wood holiday art during my Christmas Home Tour

One Mile Home Style Christmas Home Tour 2015 | One Mile Home Style

Now, be sure to visit this other fabulous bloggers below and see what they created too! And don't forget the GIVEAWAY below! 


1.  Shabby Grace Blog ~ Rustic Reindeer Crate
2.  Refashionably Late ~ Christmas Pillow
3.  Tastefully Frugal ~ Christmas Tree Ornament Shadow Box
4.  Pocketful of Posies ~ Reclaimed Holiday Wall Art
5.  Domicile 37 ~ Edgy Reindeer Tapestry
6.  Casa Watkins ~ Noel Stenciled Planter Basket
7.  Creatively Homespun ~ DIY Rusty Reindeer Wall Art
8.  Around the Watts House ~ Holiday Tote Bag
9.  Penny Love Projects ~ Window Wall Rack
10.  Flourish and Knot ~ Stenciled Table Runner
11.  Old House To New Home ~ DIY Chalkboard Merry and Bright Sign 
12.  Up To Date Interiors ~ Noel Basket
13.  Our House Now A Home ~ Rustic Reindeer Canvas Wall Art
14.  The House Down The Lane ~ Reindeer Wall Art with Lights
15.  Green with Decor ~ Christmas Craft with Stencil and Frame
16.  Pretty Practical Home ~ DIY Hot Cocoa Tray
17.  A Shade of Teal ~ DIY Christmas Tree Glitter Sign
18.  Uncookie Cutter ~ Hanging Ornament Boards
19.  One Mile Home Style ~ DIY Stenciled Scrap Wood Holiday Art



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23 comments:

  1. So pretty, and I love that the wood isn't perfectly lined up, but turned. It looks unique, and I love that!

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  2. Get out!!! This is an awesome idea!!! LOVE LOVE!!

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  3. Hi, Stephanie ~ Such a cute project, and I really like that you didn't attach the wood together. It's fun that they're cock-eyed just a little. Great job!

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    1. Thanks Tiffany, I like the off-centered look too!

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  4. Such a cute idea Stephanie! I love the wood :).

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  5. Cute idea Stephanie! I have a ton of scrap wood too! What a great use for some of it! Thank you for sharing!

    Cat

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  6. I love that you stenciled on the wood and that they can be moved around! Great idea!

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  7. What a great idea for scrap wood, I love it!

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  8. This is so cute! Love the rustic look of the wood--great idea!

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  9. Great idea! I've seen something similar on ETSY, yours is much cuter!

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  10. This is such a cute, fun idea. At first glance it reminded me of the movie the Grinch. I don't know why...I think it was a combo of the wood and colors.

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  11. Sooooo fun and festive!! Love it. Great in any color too!! Pinned and shared

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  12. Super cute and creative. Merry Christmas!

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  13. This really turned out great!!! I love the simplicity of it... truly! I'm so excited to see how fast this challenge is growing! I'm so glad you're a part of it!! xo!

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