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Hazel and Ruby Nativity Wooden Sign

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I made this Nativity last year for my awesome neighbor. I used the awesome Hazel and Ruby stencils, black and gold spray paint and a little patience. DIY NativityI grabbed a board out of my stash but if you're looking at the store, this one is around 9X20″. It was just a simple plaque board I found at Joanns. Another thing I grabbed was a brayer. This is something that is great for these reusable stencils. Sometimes they'll curl when they already have paint applied to them. The brayer helps push the edges down and they'll stay down.DIY NativityI first sprayed my board with the Krylon Metallic Gold paint and let that dry for 30 minutes. I used the Hazel and Ruby stencil mask, Nativity. I placed my stencil mask pieces where I wanted them to be and used my brayer to secure them into place. I then sprayed them with the Krylon Matte Black spray paint and once it was dry, I removed my stencil.

DIY NativityMy neighbor loves this sign as much as I do. I'll have to do it again for this year. XX





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