First, I printed out my image. I used spray glue to adhere it to the freezer paper (the regular paper side, not the waxy side!) and cut out my stencil, in this case it was a clothespin.
Then you place the stencil on your fabric and iron it down.
Before you apply the paint, make sure you have cardboard or something underneath your fabric. The paint may bleed through to the other side. I forgot this part and got paint on my ironing board cover :op
Now, using a sponge tip applicator, start painting in your image. It may take a few coats, but that's no problem.
Once you're done painting, just peel off your stencil.
My stencil had little bridges to keep the stencil whole, so I just came back with a small paint bush and filled in the gaps. Ta da! All done!
This is going to be art in my laundry room. Isn't it cute! Using freezer paper as a stencil was so easy! If you haven't tried it already, you should! It would be great for painting t-shirts, tea towels, even pillows! The possibilities are endless!
Have fun painting! :o)