DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters

DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters

Thank you to Martha Stewart Living and Weight Watchers for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.  

Anytime I have a chance to work with Martha Stewart Craft supplies, I jump right in! I was thrilled to receive a blogger box filled with these chic kitchen canisters and Martha Stewart Craft supplies courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. I used the stencils and multi-surface craft paint to personalize these canisters in just a few minutes. This a an easy DIY project anybody can do. The longest part is waiting for the paint to dry!

DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters



Supplies needed:

Kitchen Canisters

Martha Stewart Acrylic Metallic Paint, Sterling

Martha Stewart Adhesive Stencils – Typewriter

Martha Stewart Foam Pouncers

Rubbing Alcohol


DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters


Step 1. Prepare canister by wiping with rubbing alcohol.

Step 2. Carefully place stencils and make sure edges are smoothed down.


DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters


Step 3. Pick up a small amount of paint with pouncer and apply to stencil with a dabbing motion.


DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters


Step 4. Remove stencil while paint is still wet. Immediately wash stencil with soap and water so it can be reused and let dry. You can use a cotton swab and alcohol to clean any paint that may have gone outside the stencil.

DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters


Step 5. Fill your canister with something yummy! Weight Watchers was kind enough to send a sample of these delcious Triple Chocolate Brownie Bliss mini brownies in my blogger box.

DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters


I put them in the canister and they were immediately eaten by my whole family. We all loved these little fudge brownies, they are covered in real chocolate ganache!


Weight Watchers Triple Chocolate Brownie Bliss

I couldn’t resist taking a picture of the very last one! Seriously, so fudgy and good!


DIY Stenciled Kitchen Canisters

I’m thrilled with how these DIY stenciled kitchen canisters came out. They go perfectly in my kitchen and I love the vintage vibe the typewriter stencil gives this project. I would highly recommend trying Martha’s metallic multi-surface paint.  When you use a pouncer to apply the paint, it gives the paint a bit of texture, which looks really great in the metallic finish. Similar to a hammered metallic finish.


Happy crafting!

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