Christmas Stockings Window Stencil Project by Oak Lane Studio

Christmas Stockings Window Stencil Project by Oak Lane Studio

Yours will be the jolliest house on the block with this Christmas Stockings Window Stencil from Oak Lane Studio!

Here's what you'll need:

Preparing the Stencil

Once you've chosen your window, take your stencil and spray the backside with some Repositionable Spray Adhesive.

Wait 30 seconds, then position the stencil on the window. Use some Frog Tape painter's tape to help secure it in place.

Next, if desired, use small pieces of Frog Tape to mask off the stencil elements that you will be painting the first color.

Preparing the Paint and Stenciling the Red Stencil Elements

 

Remove excess paint from the brush by swirling it repeatedly on a stack of paper towels.

Too much paint on the brush will result in bleeding underneath the stencil.

To apply the color, stipple the paint/soap mixture through the stencil.

Now, remove the tape before adding the next color.

Stenciling the Green Elements

***If you continue to use the tape for masking, be careful that when you remove the tape you don't also remove the paint you've already applied.

Now repeat the above steps using Mistletoe paint and paint all of the green stencil elements. Mix the color with the dish soap as described earlier.

Stenciling the White Features

Next up is white paint mixed with Dawn for the cuff of the stocking.

Stenciling the Gold Ribbon

Switch to Metallic Gold mixed with dish soap for one of the ribbons

Stenciling the Silver Ribbon

For the other ribbon, try Metallic Silver mixed with Dawn.

Once finished stenciling, simply remove the tape and peel back the stencil!

Using SnowFrost to Stencil the Window

Another option for window stenciling is to use some Santa SnowFrost.

For divided-lite windows, use scissors to seperate the different stocking designs.

Use repositionable spray adhesive and Frog Tape and affix as discussed earlier.

Masking and Stenciling

Next, cut pieces of newspaper and tape in place to protect the areas around the stencil from overspray.

Ensure that all of the paper lays flat against the window.

Provide some ventilation using a fan and open window and shake the can of SnowFrost well.

Spray a couple of bursts onto some scrap newspaper to remove any liquid that remains inside the nozzle.

Apply the spray in light, even coats.

Once complete, remove the paper and stencils and voilà!

Your new windows stencils shine like a beacon of festive light for all the neighborhood to see.

(Cleanup is easy for both stencil medium - simply wipe off using a damp cloth.)

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