When we heard the Over the Hump mountain bike race series added a kid’s race, Princess definitely wanted to race it. She also wanted a racing jersey just like mom and dad’s. With the downloading of the team font, a free hand copy of the the team logo, and a little freezer paper stenciling, she […]
Last week, I taught the “Actvity Day” girls how to make bags out of old t-shirts (with a little added freezer paper stenciling). It was a wonderfully satisfying, beginner sewing project.
A freezer paper stenciled tie from Princess’s drawing for the grandpa who didn’t get one last year.
Heaven knows I love me some freezer paper stenciling, but coming up with the images seems to always be a chore. Now that I have been introduced to dafont.com my freezer paper stenciling life has changed. The “dingbats” fonts have perfect stenciling images (and all the amazing free fonts are pretty exciting too).
I pulled out the tried and true freezer paper stenciling supplies to interpret Princess’ drawing of Daddy onto a tie to wear to church. We made one for Grandpa G too. Dad and Grandpa Portraits Oh, and two (almost 3) year old Pumpkin painted this great picture for Dad to hang in his office. She […]