Another freezer paper stencil project | How About Orange

November 23, 2009

Another freezer paper stencil project

Here's another freezer paper stenciling example, printed a couple weeks ago when I was trying out the technique. I had grand aspirations to get the fabric sewed into a zippered bag to use as a sample at the Craft Social stenciling table. But I ran out of time, of course. I finished it this weekend, only a week late.

37 comments:

Grandma G said...

Better late than never... it's adorable!!

And you should ALWAYS ONLY put red things in it!

Jess said...

I might put some brown things, too.

Grandma G said...

No. Just red.

Christy said...

Your stencil projects are the best! This makes a lovely stocking stuffer project too for those last minute holiday gifts.

MotherMotherOcean said...

It looks groovy. I need a tutorial on how to sew the bag. Got something to pass along?

Jaana said...

♥ ♥ ♥
Love it!

Ave said...

So cute!

Tegan and Tage said...

I've got to say, one of my favorite things about your blog is the dialogue between you and your mom (?). :) Super adorable. You are a couple of clever ladies.

Jess said...

She's so bossy, isn't she? Sheesh.

Bek said...

wow! that is really cute.

I somehow discovered your blog a few weeks ago (but now can't remember how), and I have to say you've made me lose many an hour to going back through your projects. So neat!

Grandma G said...

She said "clever", Jess... NOT bossy!

Now go do something productive instead of talking about your mother behind her (my) back.

Jess said...

BOSSY! Plus nothing on the internet is ever behind your back. You manage to find it all.

Grandma G said...

Heheh.....

Mary said...

I don't see how you COULD put anything but red in it! Simply adorable!!

Grandma G said...

Ahem.....

dana said...

ooooo. love this!

Catherine Hansen Peart said...

Seeing as how I am obsessed with all things red and white, I love, love, love this! I wish I could get my hands on some freezer paper. If I see one more stencilling project I might explode... (love the dialogue between you and your Mum too!)

Sophie said...

Wow! Too cute...I love ..love the ideal..

Thanks for sharing!

Blessing,

Nathalie said...

I love this one too! May I suggest selling some stencils in your shop ;) I would totally purchase the phone one to make at home!!!

megnificentmade said...

It came out great! Cute design and very clean and professional looking!

Marcia said...

OMG! Adorable!

Cerise said...

So cute! I really have to try freezer paper stenciling someday...
BTW you and your mother are cracking me up!

Kate said...

This is gorgeous!

Laura said...

Looks a lot like a screenprint! Most stencil techniques can be a bit messy, but this looks just fantastic!

Becky said...

Adorable!

What i want to know is if you and your Mom are in the same room typing away at each other? ;) My hubby and I do that! It's silly but fun.

Grandma G said...

Ahhh.... don't I wish, Becky! Alas, we're 400+ miles apart. :(

Meghan said...

Super cute!

jodi of the creative JAR said...

Great tutorial - thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I was inspired by your tote bag post and stenciled a t-shirt with the freezer paper technique. Just wanted to let you know that it turned out really well! I'm a designer and a perfectionist so I'll admit that the paint bled just a bit in places, but it probably was because I was too heavy handed with it (white paint on a dark fabric). Yours look fantastic! Thanks again! - Wendy

feathermar said...

I am a little in lurvs with these bee---yooo-tiful mushrooms

Diane said...

That is so cute! I love the technique! and your blog! Thanks for all the great ideas! :) p.s. I gave you an award on my blog: dbByDesign.blogspot.com

Allison the Meep said...

LOVE this! I've been freezer paper stenciling a lot of onesies for my baby to wear when she's born, and little mushrooms would be so cute. Thanks for the cool idea!

kate Dwyer said...

where did you find the pencil case? please tell me your mom didn't make it! :) i used to be able to buy canvas banker's bags locally for projects like this and can't find them anywhere. :( please share!
kate (kate@katydidgreetings.com)

Grandma G said...

Kate, I don't know where Jess disappeared to, but I'll answer this for her. No, I (her mom) did not make it. Jess sewed it herself! :)

Heather / Lush Designs said...

That is really cute!! Can you post a tutorial for us? LOVE IT!

мультфильм said...

cool cute.

Tereza said...

This is too cute!

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