Creating your own stenciled wood Christmas trees is super simple using Chalk Couture Transfers and Chalkology Paste. Let me show you how!
Chalk Couture has taken the art of stenciling and made it easy enough that even beginner crafters can do it. Today, I will be using wooden Christmas tree cut outs and Chalk Couture Transfers to create an adorable set of stenciled wood Christmas Trees. Let’s get started by going over the supplies I used to complete this project.
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Here are the supplies you’ll need to create your own set of wooden Christmas trees!
- Christmas Tree Cut Outs (set of 3)
- Christmas Tree Patterns
- Bright White Chalkology Paste
- Extra Fine Glitter
- Dixie Belle Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel Stain (Only needed if you want to create trees with the stained background.)
For this project, I decided to create a set of coordinating trees with varying details. Some were created using a stained background with white stenciling and glitter accents. Others were created using a white on white combo with glitter accents. Below I will demonstrate how to recreate the white on white with glitter option.
This project begins with the Christmas Tree Cut-Outs from Chalk Couture. They arrive white, so no base coat is needed.
To start, apply the Christmas Tree Pattern Transfer of your choice. Then, add a coat of White Chalkology Paste.
Be sure to cover the entire transfer with the paste. You will also want to remove any excess and add it back to your jar for future projects.
Now you can remove your transfer to reveal the white on white look.
While your paste is wet, cover the entire surface with a thick layer of extra fine glitter.
Once you have your layer of glitter in place, gently push the glitter into the wet paste. This will help you achieve even glitter coverage.
Finally, tap off the extra glitter. If you catch your extra gitter on a piece of paper or other surface, you can add it back the bottle to be used for other projects.
Isn’t the final project super cute? Sparkly, but subtle. The perfect amount of bling for any farmhouse!
If you’d like to watch how I created all of my stenciled Christmas tree combinations, watch below!
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