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« on: November 09, 2011 06:31:05 PM »

I made this t-shirt for my nephew for Christmas!  I love how it turned out:




I used the freezer paper stencil method, but made my own freezer paper.  I just used regular printer paper (which was nice, since I took my image from google and so I was able to print it - no tracing for me!  Then I fused a plastic grocery bag on the back with a medium - high iron.  I cut out the stencil and was on my way!  Just make sure you put your paper and plastic between a couple of press cloths, otherwise you'll melt plastic to things you don't want it melted to.
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