Thursday, January 24, 2013

Freezer Paper Onesies

Have ya'll tried freezer paper stenciling yet? I've heard about it for months, and seen some seriously adorable things created with it. I have finally caught up and done some myself!
The instructions for using the freezer paper as stencils are even on the box of paper...
I created my stencils with my Silhouette cutting machine, but you could use an exacto knife too. Just cut out your stencil....iron it onto your fabric...and PAINT!
It peels right off when you're done leaving clean lines.

Here are a couple I did last week. I have a few more in baby boy's closet already. Sorry for the crappy cell phone pictures! I've been very slack with my camera lately.

The South Carolina one is definitely my favorite. I see a lot more stenciling in my future!


  1. Cute! As a Clemson fan, I love the paw! :)

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  3. Oh, no. Not yet. But your work seemed to turn out very well. I would love to give this trick a try very soon. It's interesting how you made them with paper, that is quite a neat method. It's something like the products that I have seen in before, it's just that good.

  4. How do you transfer the stencil to the shirt with all of the small pieces that aren't attached (like the dot in the middle of the P)? Do you have a secret? I have looked at trying this several times and always stopped when it came to transferring the designs to the shirts.

  5. To transfer the little pieces, I first transfer the largest part of the stencil. Then I carefully look at the stencil to find the little pieces (like the middle of the P) and place them on the onesie. I iron everything down first before messing with the little pieces, then I very carefully iron them on last. It can be tricky, but if you take your time it will turn out!


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