Abbie Park believes we learn though doing and making with our hands, and she strives to create something every day. She shares her creativity via her blog, Abbie Living. Two of her recent projects feature tshirts for her little ones, stenciled with sweet hatching chicks and baby bunnies. She provides a detailed freezer paper stenciling tutorial, as well as free downloads for the stencils she created.
Here’s another fun stenciled project I found during my search for free Easter stencils. Trish of Uncommon stenciled this bunny silhouette on burlap using a freezer paper stencil. Visit her blog for the tutorial and a link to where you can download the rabbit silhouette she used to make her stencil.
Here’s a collection of free patterns you can use to make your own stencils for Easter. All links take you to the original source where you can download the graphics. Rabbit Silhouette, by Mon1ca. Found on Flickr. These Easter silhouettes are from A Place to BE HAPPY! blog. The collection includes a sheep, butterfly, chick […]
Kathy Barlow, of HomeWorkshop.com, created these cheerful Easter table toppers using the freezer paper stenciling method and fabric paints. These are the perfect Spring project for sprucing up your holiday table, and the technique is simple enough that your kids can get in on the fun! Visit the Easter and Spring DIY Craft — Table […]