15 Cool Freezer Paper Stencil Designs
If you are passionate about experimenting with different patterns of crafts, you should try your hands at stenciling using freezer papers, that is an important member of your kitchen for wrapping edibles. Give your t-shirts, scarves, bags and every other belonging you possess a unique look by decorating them with some awesome designs.
Stencil any interesting image to make your baby’s onesies look bright and colorful.
If you do not have a flair for drawing, print a design of your choice on the freezer paper before stenciling it out.
This beautiful cupcake stenciled and painted on the white t-shirt is an ideal gift for your little daughter on her birthday, making her jump gleefully.
Following the instruction in these templates will help you make excellent Mickey Mouse images that you might design on your little one’s t-shirt. How delighted would he be to wear his best friend on his outfit.
Stencil out some handmade or printed images of your child’s friends from Disneyland to add vibrance to his white t-shirt. You may even decorate his pillow case, pencil box or other accessories with these characters.
While painting, keep a freezer paper or cardboard below the T-shirt to avoid the unnecessary spreading or smudging of colors.
The intricate designs arranged uniformly give this blue scarf an elegant look.
Your kid will be in for a pleasant surprise to see this Easter bunny sitting right on top of his shirt. You can even add colorful Easter eggs on top of the pocket.
Get flooded with compliments from your guests as they take a look at the fantastic artwork on these placemats.
Polka dots, drawn or printed, can also be used to give this pink t-shirt a trendy look.
Let the paint dry fully before pulling out the stencil to attain perfection.
You can make this pattern into a burlap pillow cover as shown in the above-linked tutorial or use it on a T-shirt. You can use a Star Wars pattern instead of the hearts if you love the franchise.
So get ready to hone your artistic skills in stenciling a variety of drawn or printed images with the aid of a freezer paper. You can make your kid’s holidays a fun-filled and productive one by teaching them this craftwork.
Published on August 22nd 2015 by Miranda Gibbs