Array
Home Improvement

DIY: Framed Stencil Holiday Art

Display something different this season with an easy-to-make holiday décor

Shares
Original Article: Arlene Sy Photography: Vincent Coscolluela (Main and Final) and Arlene Sy (Step-by-step)

It’s that time of the year when we start with the holiday festivities by cleaning the house and displaying Christmas décor. If you’re tired of Christmas trees and lanterns, why not try an easy DIY décor? This graphic stencil art is easy and cheap—you can make one using materials you might already have in stock. Here’s how:

Materials:

  • Any picture of a holiday flower (here, we used poinsettia)
  • Square photo frame with border or matting
  • Plain white cartolina
  • Red felt paper
  • Tracing paper
  • Dark lead pencil
  • Eraser
  • Ruler
  • Scissors or cutter
  • White glue  

More on Realliving.com.ph

Shares

Latest Stories

How Pauleen Luna’s Home Style Has Changed Since Getting Married

The houses we've featured have striking similarities�"from the chosen style to the look and feel of the areas

8 Pantry Organizers You Can Count On

Keep your supplies in place with these trusty essentials

Expect Heavy Traffic as Rockwell Bridge Nears 30-Month Closure

The new bridge to replace it will cost Php1.2B and won't be completed until 2020

A Classic Townhouse In Quezon City With An Elegant, Neutral Palette

An interplay of classic American style and sophisticated design complete this dream home

This Pinay Exhibited Her Up-cycled Furniture At Paris Design Week

Willie Garcia, an interior designer and eco-warrior, showed her up-cycled creations at this international design fair

6 Things to Avoid When Cleaning with Alcohol

Make sure you don't mix it with bleach!

Important Things To Do Before Your New Home Is Turned Over To You

Ensure the quality of your new home before you sign the contract

Love This Calm, Tropical Condo? Here's How To Get The Look

Minimalist pieces in simple neutrals are key to the style

What’s the Best Kitchen Countertop Material?

Granite, marble, or quartz? Get expert advice from interior designer Erika Uichanco.

8 Ways to Liven Up Your Tired Space

Quickly turn your home from drab to fab with these simple tricks

These Questions Can Help You Find the Right Architect

Find the best person who can help you achieve your dream home

8 Ways to Brighten Up an Empty Entryway

Leave a lasting impression on your guests
Load More Stories

Get inspiring design ideas and handy hints.
Subscribe to our newsletter now!