Monday, October 12, 2009

Freezer Paper Stenciling

I discovered this a few months ago and did a bunch for both my Knight and future Princess.Since it's really easy, it's really really addictive! All you need is a shirt, Freezer Paper (I only found it at Wal-Mart), acrylic or fabric paint, exacto knife, brush, iron and an idea. The possibilities are endless.

Draw your own design out on the paper, print it out (after cutting it to fit your printer), or trace it onto the smooth side of the paper. Cut it out with the exacto knife (cut out the small pieces first). Then iron it onto the shirt with a full piece of paper also on the other side. Paint the design, wait for it to dry, then take off the stencil. Last but not least, iron one more piece of paper over the design to heat seal it. Wait for it to cool down and TA-DA!!! A new shirt for your child!!!

Last week, I made this Halloween shirt for Little Knight.
Isn't he cute?!?!


  1. So I want you to show me how to do this! I have a great idea for a "daddy and me" outfit. Maybe when you get all moved in we can go to town!

  2. I really like the Jack Skellington shirt. I want one! :)

  3. Hey, how do you wash these? We're making them for Super Saturday and I have no idea.


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