DIY STENCILED HALLOWEEN TABLE RUNNER #halloweentip by Nisha 🌞 Sebastian - Musely
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DIY STENCILED HALLOWEEN TABLE RUNNER #halloweentip

posted in DIY & Crafts
10/17/2015
  • Table Runner: I could not find a solid black table runner. So I purchased a tablecloth that was the length I wanted & cut it to the width I needed (12″). I then just pressed the raw edges under & sealed them with seam tape. NO sewing require ..White Acrylic paint

Small foam roller and paint tray
    Table Runner: I could not find a solid black table runner. So I purchased a tablecloth that was the length I wanted & cut it to the width I needed (12″). I then just pressed the raw edges under & sealed them with seam tape. NO sewing require ..White Acrylic paint

    Small foam roller and paint tray
  • Shape and Stencil Film for Cricut

Step one, cut out your stencil. Since I was cutting out my own I went ahead and put several witches on the cut out so that I would not have to move my stencil around as much
    Shape and Stencil Film for Cricut

    Step one, cut out your stencil. Since I was cutting out my own I went ahead and put several witches on the cut out so that I would not have to move my stencil around as much
  • The rest of the steps I’m going to show you on a scrap of fabric since it’s hard to photograph an entire table runner at one time!
    The rest of the steps I’m going to show you on a scrap of fabric since it’s hard to photograph an entire table runner at one time!
  • Lay your stencil out on your fabric. Make sure it’s positioned correctly.
    Lay your stencil out on your fabric. Make sure it’s positioned correctly.
  • Load up your foam roller brush and blot off any excess paint. You want the paint to be even not gloppy, too much paint on your roller will cause problems with your stencil. Also buy a smaller paint roller than the one I used, it will be easier.
    Load up your foam roller brush and blot off any excess paint. You want the paint to be even not gloppy, too much paint on your roller will cause problems with your stencil. Also buy a smaller paint roller than the one I used, it will be easier.
  • Roll the paint over your runner in even strokes moving mostly in the same direction.
    Roll the paint over your runner in even strokes moving mostly in the same direction.
  • Peel away and voila! You’ve got your own custom printed fabric.
    Peel away and voila! You’ve got your own custom printed fabric.
  • Now just add it to your table and decorate as you like. Here are a few ideas for you..
    Now just add it to your table and decorate as you like. Here are a few ideas for you..

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