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Stenciled Wood Round DIY Christmas Ornament

By: Kirsten Jones
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Skill Level: Beginner


FolkArt ® Painting Stencils - Small - Casablanca
Item #30930
These intricate, laser-cut designs are perfect for backgrounds, borders, focal points and so much more! Durable and reusable, these stencils even come with project ideas, how-tos and a supply list.


FolkArt ® Ultra Dye™ Colors - Venom, 8 oz.
Item #5610
Venom is an exciting shade of green with vibrant yellow tones and a bright finish. FolkArt Ultra Dye is a creative way to introduce vibrant color to wood and natural fibers. This dye, made with a unique acrylic formula for improved durability, won’t peel or rub off. Use the dye to color block or create an interesting gradient effect. This water-based, non-toxic dye works well with stencils, and it can be paired with Ultra Dye Varnish for added protection.


Other Supplies
Medium stencil brush
Wood round
Sheer lime-green ribbon
Hot glue gun


  1. Place stencil onto wood round as shown and stencil with Venom Ultra Dye.
  2. Remove stencil and let dry.
  3. Cut and tie ribbon using hot glue attach to ornament as shown.
  4. Make a loop with ribbon and attach to back of ornament with hot glue.
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