I need to disclose at the beginning of this post: freezer paper stenciling can be addictive. In fact, you may find yourself laying in bed, trying to go to sleep, coming up with ideas for your next tee. It’s so much fun to give your kids tees that match up with their interests.
This round of stencil tees, I decided to get Lucy in on the action. There are some great tutorials out there for getting started with freezer paper stenciling. [This one is my favorite.]
To give you an overview: You trace your image on the dull side of some freezer paper. Use an exacto knife to cut out the image. With the shiny side down, iron the newly created stencil to the shirt you’re making. Really take your time around the edges where the freezer paper meets the fabric. Add some cardboard in between the front and back…
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