Think Spring Stenciled Wreath Decor

       If you're like me you're more than ready for Spring!

Think Spring Stenciled Wreath Decor

This project is made from a repurposed thrift store find and is slightly Rae Dunn inspired. 

I painted the picture with Fusion Mineral Paint in raw silk which is the color of my Rae Dunn mugs. 

Next, I drew a grapevine wreath by using a Sharpie paint marker and going around in a circle several times. 

DIY hand drawn wreath with transfer leaves.

Originally I had wanted to use a Chalk Couture transfer I just purchased but it was too large for this board. 

I did, however, use the small branches that came with my Chalk Couture transfer to add little leaves and sprigs around the smaller hand drawn wreath. 

Next, I cut a stencil using my Silhouette Cameo.

Silhouette think spring stencil in grapevine wreath decor.

The blue stencil film is the BEST for doing stencils, it is very thin and I never have an issue with leakage. 

I used a foam pouncer to apply light even coats to my stencil. 

How to use stencil vinyl to create a stencil in a wreath decor.

I used a font called THE SKINNY which reminds me of Rae Dunn lettering. 

Think Spring stenciled grapevine wreath

I used a spray sealer on my project to seal the chalk couture paste and the Sharpie paint marker.

This was an easy project with several steps but definitely worth the trouble! 

Make the stiffened burlap flower vase by visiting this easy tutorial.

DIY Think Spring stenciled grapevine wreath

I'm looking forward to using my Chalk Couture stencil

and all the cute branches on another project too!

spring wreath sign with overlay

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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. .