How to Make a Stenciled Christmas Drawer

6:30:00 PM

       Today I'm turning an old wooden crate into a 
stenciled Christmas card catalog drawer.


How to Make a Stenciled Christmas Drawer



I began with a plain wooden box and stenciled a red grain sack stripe across both sides. 

How to Make a DIY Stenciled Christmas Drawer

This was easy to do in minutes using the grain sack stencil from Old Sign Stencils.

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Next I added a few Christmas trees also from one of Donna's stencils. 

How to Make a DIY Stenciled Christmas Card Catalog Drawer

On one end of the box I added a card catalog pull from DLawless Hardware. They have inexpensive knobs, pulls and hardware needs at great prices. They ship quickly too!

How to Make a Stenciled Christmas Card Catalog Drawer

I'm lining the inside of the box with a Christmas printed scrapbook paper liner


How to Make a Stenciled Christmas Catalog Drawer. Homeroad.net

This little crate is the perfect little size for a table centerpiece or to hold Christmas cards or to just to look plain adorable!



Make a Stenciled Christmas Catalog Drawer. Homeroad.net

Make a Christmas Catalog Drawer. Homeroad.net




                                      












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