Freezer Paper? Who did you make this for? Details girl? I want to hold the baby.. not just see the onsie! Wendy this is just precious! I remember when my girls were that small! :) Now wouldn't that be just darling on a page! :)I may have to take another look at SCAL...
The freezer paper T's you can make without SCAL or any extra program. Instead of putting down cardstock or paper, you use a piece of freezer paper. The freezer paper than becomes your stencil. You iron it onto a shirt and start painting with fabric paint.It's for Griffin, Mistie's adorable baby. I have gotten him his first halloween and thanksgiving bibs, his my first christmas outfit....so here is his my first valentine's day shirt. Cost me all of $2.50 to make!!
Very cute Wendy. He is going to look so handsome in that, but he is handsome anyway. :) I have to figure out how to do these. I want to make some for friends kids, and mine too. :)
very cute, I have played with the freezer paper a bit however when my hubby got his three deer this year he used it all up packageing up the meat so I need to get some more and maybe give it another go.
It's really not hard at all, just for heavens sake put a piece of freezer paper inside the shirt so the paint does not bleed through to the back.They are very addicting!! I'll warn you now.
I checked out some videos today on you tube. It does not look hard at all! I am going to have to try a few of these. That is how I learned to etch too, by watching videos. I love you tube! I am a visual learner.Natasha, I better not tell my husband about your husband. He went twice this year (2 1 weeks and actually a few weekends) and he got nothing. He was so dejected! A few of his friends each got one, but he got nothing. We live in CT but he goes in NH. And he went to a game dinner (all game meat is eaten) last night and he won a tree stand. So hopefully next year he will have better luck! ;)