As you may or may not know, I am the stubborn person who tries to DIY and create as many of my gifts as possible. This last Christmas I got the idea to do a themed gift for my cheese-loving sister in law. After some research and coming upon this tutorial on Pinterest, I decided to tackle my first DIY clothing experiment, a freezer paper graphic print shirt.
I designed the graphic in Photoshop and printed it onto freezer paper. Then I painstakingly used an exacto knife to cut the letters out, ironed it onto the sweatshirt, then painted it with fabric paint.
Patience is the key with this project. In the end, it’s worth it. I was pretty pleased with the outcome. And I’m pretty sure she was too. The freezer paper was a perfect stencil and the shirt turned out awesome.