Saturday, March 31, 2012

Make It: Freezer Paper Stenciled Easter Napkins

Make It: Stenciled Easter Napkins

Jazz up some plain fabric napkins with a little bit of Plaid's Folkart fabric paint. Using freezer paper to make the stencils is so easy and the results are a smooth crisp line each time.  Freezer paper is wax on one side and paper on the other side For best results, use a small amount of paint to begin and work in an up-and-down fashion.

FolkArt Fabric Paint - Brush On - Light Red Oxide
FolkArt Fabric Paint - Brush On - Metallic Rose Shimmer
FolkArt Fabric Paint - Dimensional - Pearl White
Pink or pastel napkins
Bunny template
Freezer paper
Craft knife
Foam paintbrush
Fabric glue
Silk flower petal
Crochet flower trim scrap
Blue rhinestone

Click to save the bunny template jpeg!


1. Working on a protected surface, create a stencil of the bunny by tracing and cutting it out with a craft knife from freezer paper. (freezer paper is waxed on one side)

2. With a medium heated iron, attach the freezer paper stencil in the corner of the napkin.

3. Using a foam brush, paint the inside of the bunny with the pink paint. Allow to dry and remove the freezer paper stencil.

4. Add highlights to the bunny ears and a cottontail with pearl dimensional paint. Use a toothpick to flatten the paint on the ears. Add a small dot of paint for the bunny eye. Allow to dry.

5. Use fabric glue to attach a layered flower, trim and rhinestone embellishment.

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