Fresh Cut Stenciled Christmas Sign

My favorite decorations to make are Christmas signs. I've made and sold hundreds of them and they are all different. Today I'm combining a new stencil with an old stencil and a piece of reclaimed wood. 

Fresh cut Christmas tree sign


I think the reclaimed wood I use is one of the keys to this pretty sign. 


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I had this pallet that used to be part of a children's wooden table. 


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Sanded reclaimed wooden board

This board had a coat of white paint on it so I sanded it off with an electric sander


I left little patches of the old paint to add to the look, I think it looks like snow. 


Next, I coated the board with hemp oil


The hemp oil brings out the rich color of the aged wood. 


Stenciled green Christmas trees

I used the Christmas Trees stencil from Old Sign Stencils to stencil trees across the reclaimed wood. 


Old Sign Stencils are made so well, you'll be using them for years!


Old sign stencils tree stencil

First, I used a lighter green paint then I dabbed some darker paint over the top to give the trees dimension. 


As you can see I used only the tree part of this stencil. 


You can see how I used this stencil in different ways on this shades of grey holiday sign and on this Christmas crate


You can visit more stenciled Christmas ideas at the bottom of this post.


Next, I used another Old Sign Stencil called Mini Christmas Trees.


Old sign stencil Christmas trees


This stencil has several options for words on the stencil. 


I chose the Fresh Cut Christmas Trees part of the stencil. 


I can't wait to try all of them! 


Fresh Cut Christmas Tree stencl


But I'm not finished yet, now I wanted to add a little snow and shading to my trees. 


I used black and white craft paint to more dimension then added a little snowy grass with a foam brush


Using a foam brush to add dimension

black paint for dimension on the trees


Perfect!


Adding dimension and details to the stencil really takes it to the next level. 


I added a black and white gingham ribbon to hang my sign. 


Christmas tree sign on gingham ribbon

You cut christmas tree sign



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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. .

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