Easy to Make Stenciled Table Runner

Today I'm creating another fun project using stencils
from Knick of Time.

Make your own stenciled table runner using pre-made runners

I'm making farmhouse style stenciled table runners. 

Stenciled table runner using a stencil from Knick of Time

To make this project even easier, I'm using inexpensive pre-made table runners
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I'm using another fabulous stencil from Knick of Time. I love the produce co. words for this project but it also has the outline of a mason jar you can use for another project too. (coming soon!)

First I ironed the table runner. I sprayed the back of this awesome stencil with spray adhesive. I always use spray adhesive when stenciling because it holds the stencil in place and prevents paint bleeding.

DIY stenciled runners using pre-made table runners

I used Fusion Mineral Paint for this project because it is washable. I applied the paint on the stencil using a foam pouncer which works great for applying light coats and even coverage. 

Here is how to create an easy stenciled table runner in no time

That's it, when I stenciled an image on both sides of the table runner, I hung them to dry on my Country Living Fair tobacco drying rack. (I use it in my laundry room every day)

Create your own DIY stenciled table runners and dry on a vintage rack

That's it, an easy project. When you own these stencils you can make all kinds of farmhouse style projects including this one. 

An easy DIY using pre-made runners and a fabulous farmhouse stencil.

How to make a stenciled table runner from a store bought linen runner

Be sure to check out the other projects I stenciled using stencils from Knick of Time by clicking on the links below:

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .