DIY- Christmas Tree Glitter Sign, with Cutting Edge Stencils

This post has been done in collaboration with Cutting Edge Stencils. All opinions and comments are 100% mine, I only promote products I believe in.

I’ve teamed up with some amazing bloggers and Cutting Edge Stencils to create another project with Stencils. This time I made a DIY rustic Holiday sign.

This project was pretty easy, here’s what you’ll need:

-Scrape Wood
-Nail gun
-Electric Sander
-Stain in the color of your choice
-Cutting Edge Stencil

I first selected my stencil from Cutting Edge and picked their Fancy Christmas Trees Craft Stencil. Once I received it in the mail I found some scrap wood that would fit the sign.

After I cut the wood to size I assembled it with a nail gun like so.

Next, I sanded the entire thing making sure the edges were nice and round. I then stained the sign with my favorite Minawax stain in Dark Walnut.

Once the sign was dry I cut the stencil down so I could easily tape it to my sign.

Then I started painting each tree. I would paint 1 tree then sprinkle on clear or silver glitter. After I finished 1 tree I moved on to the next so the paint wouldn’t completely dry before I added glitter.

I let the entire thing dry and that’s it!

I have my sign displayed on a buffet, but I made it so it can also be hung.

I love how it turned out, simple yet rustic looking. Its fits perfect with the rest of my decor.

Make sure to stop by everyone else’s blog to check out their Holiday Stencil Craft.

1. Shabby Grace Blog ~ Rustic Reindeer Crate
2. Refashionably Late ~ Christmas Pillow
3. Tastefully Frugal ~ Christmas Tree Ornament Shadow Box
4. Pocketful of Posies ~ Reclaimed Holiday Wall Art
5. Domicile 37 ~ Edgy Reindeer Tapestry
6. Casa Watkins ~ Noel Stenciled Planter Basket
7. Creatively Homespun ~ DIY Rusty Reindeer Wall Art
8. Around the Watts House ~ Holiday Tote Bag
9. Penny Love Projects ~ Window Wall Rack
10. Flourish and Knot ~ Stenciled Table Runner
11. Old House To New Home ~ DIY Chalkboard Merry and Bright Sign
12. Up To Date Interiors ~ Noel Basket
13. Our House Now A Home ~ Rustic Reindeer Canvas Wall Art
14. The House Down The Lane ~ Reindeer Wall Art with Lights
15. Green with Decor ~ Christmas Craft with Stencil and Frame
16. Pretty Practical Home ~ DIY Hot Cocoa Tray
17. A Shade of Teal ~ DIY Christmas Tree Glitter Sign
18. Uncookie Cutter ~ Hanging Ornament Boards
19. One Mile Home Style ~ DIY Stenciled Scrap Wood Holiday Art


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14 comments on “DIY- Christmas Tree Glitter Sign, with Cutting Edge Stencils

  1. Iris Nacole on said:

    It’s beautiful Katy, and I love that it’s so simple to make!!

  2. Sara @ Shabby Grace Blog on said:

    Ohhhh you had me a stained wood and white! Love this sign. It’s so my style!!! Great pictures too Katy!

  3. April R - Uncookie Cutter on said:

    I love this! It’s beautiful and I love the colors. The board is perfect!

  4. Cat @ Pocketful of Posies on said:

    So pretty Katy! I love how simple your project is! Is allows the trees to really speak for themselves! It really turned out beautifully! I want one now! Thank you for sharing. I’m pinning your project!


  5. Ruthie - Refashionably Late on said:

    I LOVE THIS!! I love the wood with the stencils and the glitter!! Perfection! I made a pillow but I may have to recreate this because I love it so much!

  6. Meg @ Green With Decor on said:

    I love the stain you chose! It looks great with the white trees!

  7. This is such a lovely project, Katy! Love how you added the glitter and your choice of wood stain. It looks great on the buffet!

  8. Jessica on said:

    your project turned out GREAT and the wood stain is gorgeous.

  9. I love the sparkly snow affect on your pretty trees!

  10. Creatively Homespun on said:

    This really turned out great!!! The glitter totally makes this! I’m so excited to see how fast this challenge is growing! I’m so glad you’re a part of it!! xo!

  11. Hi ! Just saw this I didn’t know you could put glitter on wet paint Thanks!! I will be trying this soon. Just found your page will be following. Have a great day.

  12. Gladys gigous on said:

    I am always looking for new stencils. Do you have a catalog I could get for orders ?

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