This is my first post of the stencils I've done, but not the first time trying out freezer paper stencils.
For Christmas, I always make my friends shirts and the past two years I've "upgraded" from puffy paint free-hand to freezer paper stencils.
Friend #1 is really excited for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland
so I made her this shirt. The front is plain black scoop neck with red splatters, and this is the back:
It's Alice and the White Rabbit (obviously) with some red splatters here and there.
This is a close up to show the crackling effect I wanted. I used a few layers of regular acrylic paint and then just stretched the fabric gently. After that dried I flung some red paint on it to look "edgy."
Friend #2 is just awesome and I made her this shirt:
I'm sure most of you have seen this stencil if you've been to stencilry.org.
And a close-up:
I'm really happy how both shirts turned out. Stencils came from stencilry.org.