Welcome to the HoneyBee Showcase for this week! We are just buzzing with a whole hive full of ideas for stenciling with Freezer Paper!
My additional project for this week is the "retitling" of a special book that I made for my grandkids for Christmas. Little fingers have picked at the vinyl lettering, so this new stenciled lettering is now permanent.
This ABC project has 26 4x6 mounted photos, with the "definitions" written on each page with a silver Elmer's Paint Marker.
It was bound in a cardstock cover made for the Your Story by Provo Craft.
I love trying new things! Thank you, Betty, for teaching us how to use freezer paper to create a stencil. For my shirt I used my circuit cartridge "Wall Decor & More" to cut the butterfly, then I used Tulip paints. But I didn't stop there:
I have had these pictures set aside to do a LO and Betty's freezer paper technique was just the inspiration I needed! I took a paper napkin from our July 4th party last year and ironed on the freezer paper:
When I cut it out, it sort of looks laminated. I backed it with white card stock so that the Statue of Liberty and Constitution were more visible (less transparent.) Who would guess this was a re-purposed napkin?
This is my freezer paper stencil fabric paint project. I used my Give a Hoot Expression/Cricut Cartridge. I used fabric glitter paint. Now when Don and I go to the gym will have the bestest sweat cloths in the whole place.
I can see me using this alot this summer with my grandson Jackson and the
Boys will Be Boys Cartridge!
I did some real close pictures too, even with the nubier fabric of the towel it didn't bleed thru... Thanks Betty Bee!