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Stenciled Wine Box



Go green this season with upcycled crafts. Make a Stenciled Wine Box from Tiffany Windsor using acrylic paint and stamps and more. Save a wine box and turn it into a cool and crafty package. Bring one along to your next party for a fun hostess gift.

Stenciled Wine Box


  • Wine box
  • Acrylic paint – color of your choice
  • Aleene’s Snow (texture medium)
  • Palette knife
  • Stencil (The Crafter’s Workshop)
  • Rub ‘n Buff – gold
  • Wax paper
  • Wet wipe(s)
  • Glitter tape
  • Alphabet rubber stamps
  • Staz-On Black Ink


  1. You can use any solid surface for this stencil project. I found this wine box at the local thrift store.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  2. For this stencil how-to, I cut apart a tissue box so that I could show how you can stencil on any design. You don’t need a plain surface for this project because you will be painting over the entire surface.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  3. Lay stencil in place over surface. Pick up texture paste with back of palette knife.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  4. Smooth texture paste over stencil with palette knife. Add more texture paste as needed. Note on this example that you can barely see the stencil design because I have applied the texture paste in a generous coat.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  5. Lift stencil to reveal stenciled design. Let texture paste dry completely.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  6. Be sure to clean all the excess paste from stencil and return excess to container. Use wet wipe or water and paper towel to wipe all paste from stencil.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  7. When texture paste is completely dry, brush acrylic paint over entire surface. Let dry.

    Stenciled Winter Box
  8. Dab Rub ‘n Buff onto wax paper. Use finger to lighty apply over stenciled design.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  9. I wanted to add a more decorative touch to the top of my box so I used self adhesive glitter tape. I dry brushed over the tape with my acrylic paint to dull the surface.

    Stenciled Wine Box
  10. For the last step, I stamped the wording “AROUND THE WORLD” on the side of my box.

    Stenciled Wine Box


For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make a Tick Tock Stenciled Box.

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