Thursday, November 7, 2019

Christmas Tree Stencil by Darkroom Door

Hi guys!!
Today I'm sharing the Small Stencil/Christmas Tree set.  It comes
 with the negative and positive of the Christmas Tree.
  Very cool!

I kinda of went out of the box on this one~let me
show you.  They are really cute and no, they are not
hard to make.  Just your time!
I put together a few pictures to show how they were put

The first two photos (side by side) are showing how to use stencil and how to
position the stencil to make it easy to cut them out.  They are the right way
 for a tree front and a tree back.  Cut them out and glue a Popsicle stick
between the front and back of the tree.  Stick the Popsicle stick in the spool
hole. Cover the spool with pattern paper. Decorate the tree with stamped images
 and moss.  The bottom photos side by side are the same project
except I used the Brushed Christmas set Vol.1 by Darkroom Door.  The only
difference it back of this tree will be Kraft cardstock, no image.  Speckle
the tress with white acrylic paint.  Add twine and small tags to the base of
the spool. 

The card was created using the positive image of the
Christmas Tree as a mask.  I stenciled the Christmas Tree on the card front.
I then covered it with the positive image and stenciled the background
on using the Lrg. Mesh stencil by Darkroom Door.  The Christmas
Tree was covered so mesh pattern wasn't applied to the tree.   I then outlined
with a white uni-ball pen. A Star was stamped out and adhered to the top of
the tree.  The trunk of the tree is covered with some some twigs. The
sentiment was added.  To complete the card I speckled the tree with white
acrylic paint.
The envelope was created using Archival inks, the Small stencil/Christmas Tree
and the Merry Mail set.  This is really easy and fun to create a envelope
that will go perfect with the card.
Products used:
Darkroom Door: Small Stencil/Christmas Tree, Merry Mail,
Brushed Christmas Vol.1, Bird Life and mail Art.

Ranger: Archival inkYou can find all of these HERE.
other:Vintage spools, Popsicle sticks, sm. twigs, Kraft cardstock.

Thanks for stopping by~


  1. Fabulous idea and
    so festive!
    Carla from Utah

  2. Oh my goodness COnnie - these are sensational! I love the cotton reel stands!


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