Sharing some home-made Christmas gifts today.
This is a shirt for the husband.
Freezer paper stencil,
just like that other one from four years ago:
It's like every time there's a fun droid, I have to make a shirt.
To answer the question I anticipate you asking: no, I'm sorry, I don't have the template for the BB-8 stencil. I found a random image on the internet, and redrew it to be stencil-friendly, then cut it out. And you know how freezer paper stencils are: once you cut it all out, it's in pieces. Unre-usable. Gone. :(
Here's another shirt I stenciled for Emily.
Not an original swimming catchphrase, by the way. It's all over the internet. You can even buy ready-made shirts with this. However, I couldn't find one in a kid's size. So I made my own artwork - just five different fonts, one for each line. Easy.
In the next post, I'll show you what the kids made for each other, and after that, I'll share that cardboard kit I made for Jenna!