Snowflake Table Runner

You thought the rolling pin was just for making Christmas cookies? Well, think again! Covered with foam stickers, it makes it easy to stamp surfaces with a festive pattern.

December 20, 2019

Photo by: Jennifer Perkins

Jennifer Perkins

Materials Needed

  • colorful fabric or paper table runner
  • fabric paint
  • foam stickers
  • rolling pin
  • foam brush

Photo by: Jennifer Perkins

Jennifer Perkins

Add Stickers to Rolling Pin

Attach foam stickers to all sides of the rolling pin, ensuring that all stickers are approximately the same distance apart. Note: This rolling pin should now be dedicated to crafting and should no longer be used with food.

Add Paint to Rolling Pin

Use a sponge brush to coat the sticker-covered rolling pin or roll the pin in paint until covered evenly.

Begin Applying Pattern

To create the pattern, roll the paint-covered pin across the table runner. Press down firmly when rolling the pin to create the printed pattern. Note: Don't try to apply the pattern in multiple passes, just one pass per area.

Continue Pattern

For each section, you will need to reapply paint. Carefully line up the rolling pin so each section is side by side, not overlapping. Continue until the entire table runner is covered.

Set the Table

Allow the paint to dry completely. Set the table and enjoy your new handmade table runner.

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