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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / Re: I cant find stupid freezer paper.... on: July 14, 2011 03:59:05 PM
Yeah, I got my freezer paper at Walmart...

Another option, that I've found to work a lot better is vinyl. If you can get the big sheets of vinyl from a sign and graphic shop and cut out of that, I find that it sticks down a lot better, and there are less of those little accidental leaks around the edges. Better yet, if you have a digital copy of the image that you want to use, you can get them to machine cut it out. Not sure that it would be super economical though. But a really good product. Smiley
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