I will say I love freezer paper stencils and already have a design made for my son's zoo shirt this year (cuz you know you have to have a special themed shirt to go to the zoo). However I wasn't aware that I would not be able to reuse the stencils. For whatever stupid reason I thought I could just peel and restick the design as many times as I desired. I have found after 2 shirts the stencil needs pitched because the stickiness of the small pieces no longer works. So that means I have to make about 12 stencils, x-acto knife them, paint them, heat bond them, and wash them.
There are loads of tutorials and tips on various websites, just do a google search and you will find dozens. In case you don't want to go to all that trouble, I looked at this post as a reference.
the color in the pic above is a little wonky but its a really pretty pink in the right lighting.
Even though I love how they are turning out I'm thinking maybe we should have ordered some haha.
O well back to cutting and painting I go.