freezer paper stencil inspiration

Freezer paper stencils are something that I have done, over and over, to dress up a bland shirt, cover a stain, or get a DIY look for a holiday/event.  They are super easy to do with few supplies…the most important being freezer paper.  You can pick it up in the grocery store, next to the plastic wrap and aluminum foil.  Then, just cut, iron on (front and back of the area to be painted), paint, dry, peel, and done.  Just a couple of weeks ago, I covered some faded/dirty knees on my daughters leggings…

you can check out the guest post at My Paper Pinwheel.  To add to the fun, I rounded up some of my favorite, inspiring graphic and stencil tees.


From Left to Right:

Popsicle via Spread Shirt
Pocket Glasses via Heart & Habit
Owl via Suburban Martini
Mustache via Spread Shirt
Monster via Bargain Shirts Direct
Headphones via Eoroco
Fork and Knife via Boden
Bake via Boden
Anchor via Wired Sport
Avengers via Doodlecraft
Dinosaur via Priceless Kids
Drumset via Uncommon Designs
Aviator glasses via Ovelo
Doughnut via The Alison Show
School of Fish via My Superfluities

But don’t stop here, the options are endless…and since graphic tees and DIY are en vogue, you (or your little one) will sure to be the fashion plate of the day…


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