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Sunday, May 15, 2011

A Freezer Paper Stenciled Princess Shirt Bedazzled!


We had a princess party to go to and nothing to wear!  I grabbed a white onesie and white tshirt and went to town to make shirts to go with tutus we borrowed from friends.  This project took less than an hour and turned out wonderfully!

First, using my Silhouette, I cut 2 tiaras out on freezer paper. I put a piece of freezer paper, shiny side up, on the inside of the shirts and positioned the tiara, shiny side down, on the outside of the shirts.  I ironed it in place.

2.  Then, using a pink sparkly fabric paint, I painted in the stencils.  I allowed the paint to dry thoroughly, double checking to make sure there weren't any spots missing paint.


Here's the shirt waiting for the paint to dry.

3.  After the paint dried, I removed all the freezer paper.  I then stitched a bow on each sleeve. My husband helped figure out my new Bedazzler and he bedazzled the shirts.  



Seriously, it took less than an hour and things I had around the house to create the perfect princess shirts!
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9 comments:

  1. How adorable! My little girls would love this!

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  2. What an adorable shirt! I would LOVE if you would link up your creation to our {{What I Made Wednesday}} linky party! You could have the chance to get featured! =)

    http://sweetpeasandbb.blogspot.com/2011/05/what-i-made-wednesday-9.html

    Briana @ Sweet Peas & Bumblebees

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  3. Absolutely adorable...great quick project with fantastic results!!!

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  4. These are too adorable! What settings on your Silhouette did you use? I have tried twice and it shreds my freezer paper.

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  5. Thanks, guys! Amanda, after many trials, I think "Vellum" speed 3, thickness 25 works the best. You must use a great mat with plenty of stickiness left. You also must really rub the paper down well to avoid any bubbles, which will cause the paper to tear. I'm making camp shirts today. I can't wait to share them on the blog!

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  6. Darling!! I keep wanting to try freezer paper stenciling...it's still in my closet...but you're inspiring me to take it out. I love how yours turned out!

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  7. Really cute and adorable shirt! Love the pink crown.

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  8. Soooo cute! I have a few little girlies that would LOVE these! :)

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