I have been using freezer paper so much lately! Remember my bird from my embroidery hoops? Well, I used it there and I have also been using it for lots of other projects too! Most of which I cannot post about yet because they are either Mother's Day surprises or gifts for other occasions! But I will post them once they are given out!
Tonight, I made something using freezer paper for our home and want to share it with you! I recently moved some things around on our kitchen counters and felt like something was missing over our coffee and tea "station." I knew I wanted to do something with a teapot.....So I decided to paint one on fabric and then frame the fabric.
**If you try this, make sure you iron your freezer paper with the shiny side touching the fabric and iron without steam. Leave the stencil on while you paint and then simply peel it off when the paint is dry! It is SO EASY!**
In between coats of paint on the teapot, I spraypainted 2 coats onto my frame (it was a $2 Walmart frame, happy with the price but not the wood grain.) Once everything was nice and dry, I put everything together. Since this was a cheapo frame, it didn't have any hooks on the back to hang it with, so I hot glued some ribbon on to the back of the frame to use as my hanger.
Ok, enough blabbing, here it is over our coffee and tea area.
The green tray holds sugar, teabags, sweetners, and stirrers and the greenish yellow teapot to the right holds K-cups for the Keurig! I LOVE our Keurig!
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