This last year I have started really putting some effort towards decorating for the biblical holidays. I suppose with my daughter, I have been getting back into making these holidays extra special by decorating for them. I feel when I decorate for them, they don’t seem just like another date, but rather a day that is set apart.
I had ordered 100 paper doilies for just over $12 dollars during winter and thought they would be perfect for Passover, Unleavened Bread and First fruits.
I took these paper doilies and used stencils that I purchased from Craftcutouts.com
You can order a variety of sizes, so if you want different sizes of a graphic they have those options. The stencils came in, and they were high quality, and of thick plastic. Perfect to re-use over and over again.
I ordered a variety of paint from Home Depot (for another project) and thought that using the paint with these stencils would work well, – in fact they didn’t.
I tried spray painting the doilies, and that didn’t work out well either. Save your spray paint for wood ladies.
Stencils with markers seemed to work fast and the design came out crisp.
Each picture took me about 30 seconds to color in, and the picture for the most part came out nice.
From there I weaved them on to some knitters wool and simply hung them up. They turned out colorful, and exactly what I was hoping for to add a bit of a reminder that we were celebrating what Yeshua did on the cross, Him being our Passover lamb, and that He was raised from the dead. I might have to re-use these stencils next year. They were a great buy!
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