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Boho Chic Gift Packaging

By: Niki Meiners from
Boho Chic Gift Packaging
Boho Chic Gift Packaging
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This creative gift packaging idea using stencil and paint on kraft paper is a must for anyone who loves boho chic style. Learn how to make your own gift boxes in a completely unique way. This project is perfect if you're giving a particularly boho-themed gift. Something like a tie dye craft would be the perfect gift to give in one of these boxes. Learn how to paint the stenciled designs in a beautiful way that gives the images dimension when you make these gift boxes.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueStenciling


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Handmade Charlotte Stencils (Plaid)
  • Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint (Plaid)
  • Stencil Brush (Plaid)
  • Sakura Micron Pen


  1. Select your paint colors and stencil then place the surface to be stenciled on a covered work surface. Place the stencil in the desired location and dip the stencil brush into the paint. Tap off excess paint. When stenciling less paint is better because you can always add layers.

  2. You can change brushes in-between paint colors. On this project I did not because I wanted blended colors. Play around and get comfortable with paint and see what you like best.

  3. Stencil randomly all over the gift box and allow the paint to dry. Use the same stencil that you used to apply the paint and use an Sakura Micron ink pen to create an outline. None of this has to be perfect because that is the nature of hand-made and part of the boho chic look.

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