The Pumpkin Lady has a lot of cute patterns for pumpkin carving, and as I browsed through them I began to think that many would also look great stenciled onto a T-shirt. Most of the designs are simple enough to easily cut into a freezer paper stencil, so I chose one of the free patterns […]
When Emily of The Last Word wanted throw pillows with a geometric trellis design, she decided to take matters into her own hands. Visit her blog for step-by-step instructions on making and stenciling the pillow shown. Julie of Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss used freezer paper stenciling and applique to create this pillow. Her blog post […]
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 […]
Here is a stencil method I had completely forgotten about until I began doing a little research. Lo and behold, there is a wealth of information about Freezer Paper Stenciling on the web! Whether you stencil professionally or just want to give it a try at home, this is a very simple and inexpensive way […]
When I hear the words “freezer paper” in relation to stenciling, it usually makes me think of Linda Buckingham’s Projection Stenciling method. Today, however, I stumbled across a blog called The Artful Parent which has a great post describing the process of using freezer paper to stencil on fabric, like the t-shirts shown.