Is there a support group for this?

I’m addicted to freezer paper.

Look what I made with some pumpkin carving stencils and some spray paint!


Admitting it is the first step, right?

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  1. TheBlackForrist says:

    wow! yoda is amazing! pumpkin carving stencils, what a brilliant idea!

  2. Mom 2 Dom and Gigi says:

    Freezer paper is AWESOME!!!!!

  3. Al, Wendy, Max, and Lil says:

    I REALLLY want to make one for Max. Do you think you could help me do a Lego ship of some sort?

  4. michelleml says:

    Never tried the freezer paper thing. These look awesome will you be doing a tut on it?

  5. the thrifty ba says:

    so cool! i printed onto fabric halloween stencils but im liking this more! and funny thing-mine were star wars too! (for my 6 yr old, not me!)

  6. jenpetersen says:

    These would be fun for sewing group sometime. They are kind of sewing aren't they? Oh- I finally took my machine in to get serviced so I don't know when I will be finishing my pillow. Maybe not till next month's sewing class. Thanks for the help though.

  7. These are awesome, and my boys would LOVE them. I hope you are sharing how to do it!

  8. Christina says:

    I LOVE that Yoda- so cool! Does Freezer Paper go by any other names? I can't find it anywhere!

  9. These are so great! I'll definitely be making one for my son. :)

  10. Stephen and Heather says:

    You are soooo creative. I would never have thought to use pumpkins carving stencils. Oh the possibilities that are running through my head now. I am definitely making the Yoda one. My house is a little Star Wars crazy. Thanks!

  11. Shel at Dreamy Nest says:

    LOL – Makes me wish my boys were 7 or 8 again. Okay – nah – not really – but these are cute!

  12. ~Kimberly says:

    I went and got some freezer paper a while back, just waiting for the free time to make some fun stuff! Thanks for the inspiration! Very cool!

  13. Her Royal Highness says:

    I promised to make my husband a star wars tool belt last year for valentines day and I have all the supplies but I had no idea how to get the characters on there without applique' them or something else that would take way too long. Why didn't I think to freezer paper stencil them on? I'm such a dork! love the yoda.

  14. Hi there! I have one quick question about freezer paper. This may be silly, but can you re-use the stencil again for another piece of fabric? I'm assuming not because of the paint around the edges of the stencil, but I wanted to get your input on the most efficient way to do more than one shirt or fabric in a single setting. Thanks for the great information! -Katie [email protected]

  15. Char @ Crap I've Made says:


    I've *heard* you can reuse up to 2 or 3 times, but mine always get ripped when I'm removing them. Maybe you can if you don't have as many small details?

  16. Thanks for responding Char! I haven't tried reusing it yet, because I was concerned the paint left on the edge of the stencil would ruin my iron. Oh well, there's only one way to find out!!

  17. Char @ Crap I've Made says:

    I didn't think about that part, LOL! Maybe try putting a piece of scrap fabric over it before re-ironing?

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