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Category: Stencil-Masks

Make this Fall tote from a Crafternoon DIY Kit, Stencils and Gelli Plates. Easy and so fun!

Fall Tote using an Iron-On, Stencil-Mask and Round Gelli Plates

By hazelruby November 6, 2015

It’s been such a fun week with the introduction of Holiday Crafternoon, that we thought you might like to see a more Fall inspired project!  Katie is using one of our original Crafternoon DIY Kits to create this fun fall tote bag. Hey everyone, Katie here today! I used the Hazel and Ruby Gold Foil Iron […]


Re-purposed Fall Project >>> Backyard scraps into fabulous decor!

By hazelruby October 21, 2015

Happy Fall Hazel & Ruby readers! It is Lindsay from My Creative Days back to share a re-purposed project for fall with you. This “Give Thanks” Pumpkin started out as a broken trellis we had in the back yard. I have never liked it in the yard because it was broken and we never planted […]

Katie Notebook

Easy Personalized Autumn Notebook

By hazelruby October 13, 2015

Hey everyone, Katie here with a fun project that is perfect for Fall. I have a secret to share- I love school supplies, especially notebooks. Whenever September rolls around I go to the store and stock up on cheap notebooks and then I restyle them with fun papers and embellishments! Craftwell is hosting a contest […]


Stenciled Mini Pumpkin Crate

By hazelruby September 28, 2015

Hey there followers, Today I’m showing you one of the cutest fall projects I’ve made this year. Who doesn’t love those tiny, baby, barely orange miniature pumpkins? They’re my favorite and from September to the end of November they are everywhere in my home. Today I’m going to show you how I made this adorable […]

DIY Alphabet Flash Cards >>> Get ready for back to school!

By hazelruby August 26, 2015

Hi…Happy Wednesday! Tina here today with a new Hazel & Ruby project, DIY Alphabet Flash Cards.  My kids are grown and past the need for Flash cards, but I am always looking for ways to use Hazel & Ruby Stencil-Masks, and I thought it would be fun to create some DIY Alphabet Flash cards.  The […]

DIY Stenciled Planter – Get your herb garden ready!

By hazelruby August 24, 2015

I have been so into gardening this year and am already anxious to start working on next year’s garden. With end of season sales, I figured I’d get a head start on my herb planters for next year. My Easy Labelled Planter is such a quick project and you only need three things! I bought […]

Chalkboard Message board using Stencil-Masks and Round Gelli Plates

By hazelruby July 23, 2015

I am so excited to share this project with you. I love chalkboards and creating this fun one with stencil masks and a round gelli plate was fast, easy, and truly fun result! Supplies needed: Hazel and Ruby Stencil Mask – Confetti Pattern Hazel and Ruby Stencil Mask – Chevron Pattern Hazel and Ruby – […]

Giant Jenga Personalized with Pass the Tissue papers and Stencil-Masks

By hazelruby July 20, 2015

Hey guys, Aren’t you glad summer is upon us? Summertime brings warm weather, barbeques and family time! My backyard has been under construction for almost one year and I can’t tell you how excited I am to have it almost completed, I’m starting to make outdoor furniture and games so we have plenty to do […]

Patriotic Party Decor >>> Subway Art + Container Makeovers

By hazelruby July 2, 2015

Hi crafty friends! We’re celebrating America and the 4th of July with this fun patriotic party. This is such a simple idea, but displaying beautiful lyrics can have a really big impact.    We started with Hazel & Ruby’s Boutique Alpha Stencil-Mask letters, navy paint and 3 foam core boards.    Place the lettering on the boards and […]

Simple Summer Wedding Projects!

By hazelruby June 30, 2015

Wedding season is in full swing! Here are some sweet and simple DIY Summer wedding projects. There is nothing I love more than a backyard wedding! These personalized centerpieces were so easy to create.    You can upcycle your old containers with the help of Hazel & Ruby and their AMAZING Candy Stripe Decor Tape. We cut the […]

Up-Cycled Window Frame >>> Chalk Art Tool Kit, Stencil-Mask, and Wrap it Up Papers

By hazelruby June 25, 2015

Hi and Happy Thursday!  Tina here today with an Up-Cycled Old Window Frame project.Do you love to go Junk shopping?  I DO!  Pennsylvania is FULL of vintage and antique stores and one of my favorite items I junk for, is old window frames!  I don’t know why I love chipped, worn, and cracked windows, but I […]

Last minute Father's Day Gift Idea >>> Personalized Wood Crate

By hazelruby June 19, 2015

Hello Friends, Michelle Hill here today to share with all of you this VERY quick Fathers Day gift. I am still trying to believe that we are already 1/2 way through the year, YIKES. Soon I will be sharing Christmas decor lol! Let’s get started.. You will need: Our wonderful Hazel and Ruby Stencil-Masks, Mixed […]

DIY Coastal Decor >>> Re-purposed Galvanized Milk Canisters

By hazelruby June 12, 2015

Hello, Hazel and Ruby readers! It is Lindsay from My Creative Days here to share with you a DIY project I did to add a little coastal decor to our home during the summer. Coastal decor is really popular. Right now, all of my favorite stores are packed FULL with it! Even though I wish […]

Personalized Treasure Box

By hazelruby June 10, 2015

I am not sure what it is about little girls and tiny treasures, but my niece loves little bits. She recently had her backpack full of little people with little outfits to change them into and all of their gear. She loves to play with tiny little things and she collects flowers, bugs (of course), […]

Gelli Print Art Journal Album >>> Using Hazel & Ruby Stencil-Masks

By hazelruby June 9, 2015

Hey guys, Katie here! I recently bought a Bind-It-All Machine (by Zutter) and today I wanted to share with you this art journal I made using it, Hazel and Ruby products, Shimmerz Coloringz and a Gelli Plate! I’m participating in the art journal group “Get Messy” (read more about them here.) and the journal prompts […]