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Simple DIY Stenciled Christmas Centerpiece

A Christmas table centerpiece is a very important piece because it gives tone to the whole table setting and to your holiday mood accordingly. You’ll need Martha Stewart Glass Paint, stencils, something to stencil on, squeegee brushes, a place mat, acrylic paint, snowflake stencil, a stenciling paint brush. Take your stencil and place it where you want it on the place mat and use painter’s tape to hold it in place. Stencil the area you are working in. Lift your stencil off the place mat and move it to where you want it next and stencil again. Cut out your silk screen stencils and peel the backing off. Place the stencil where you want it on your dish and rub it to get it to adhere to the glass. Now using a squeegee brush, run the paint over the stencil and try to make it nice and even, without too much excess paint. When you are done, gently peel off the stencil. Let it dry and fill it with something fun-like me glittery red Christmas balls or even better-candy.

 

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