18 Responses to “Come Thou Fount” Stenciled Burlap Table Runner

    • Thanks Rachel!! There’s just something about those old hymns, isn’t there? Such beautiful text that it just begs for a creative crafting interpretation :-)

    • Thanks so much, Eff! Believe it or not the loads of freezer paper wasn’t really that difficult to work with…the time consuming part was peeling all the letters off my mat after I pulled off the stencil, haha.

  1. Truly beautiful–both the words you shared in this post and the words you painted onto your burlap runner. I’m continually inspired by you! Those are deep creative wells God has given you. Thanks for sharing! And for coordinating this month’s Challenge.

  2. This is gorgeous!! I LOVE this hymn so much, and I actually have this exact same burlap runner that I bought a month ago to do some Thanksgiving project. I haven’t tried freezer paper stencils in my silhouette yet, but I will DEFINITELY be doing it all the time now! You’re genius! Would you be at all willing to share your cut file? Or what font you used? (Did I miss the font in the post? I was distracted by the gorgeous acorns!)

  3. I just discovered your site and am really enjoying it. Do you sell copies of the stencil to the hymn Come thy fount ?

    • Thanks so much Janice! No, I’m sorry, I don’t sell stencils. You might be able to find something similar on Etsy, though!

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