I have been wanting to make freezer paper stenciled shirts for the boys for awhile, but it’s just been on the “list”. I think I read about them first on Soulemama’s blog, or maybe it was somewhere else, I’m not sure. In any case, Laura at My Montessori Journey has been on a Freezer Paper Stenciling kick this week, and her shirts for her boys look so adorable! I’ve been motivated and inspired.
We had friends visiting us for the Fourth of July today. Took them to our town’s 4th of July parade, ate yummy homemade baked beans and smoked chicken, played outside on a gorgeous, sunny, 75 degree day, etc. It was wonderful. A perfect “summer in Maine” day. We also had the opportunity to sit down and go through our camping list as we are going camping with them next weekend. Four boys at a campsite in northern Maine next to a lake. What more can a little boy dream of?
How about matching freezer paper stenciled shirts? (Okay, probably not what they are dreaming of, but I’m sure they will love them.) Since we are going to northern Maine, I decided to make black bears. No worries, you know I will share how they turn out! I think I am going to use this clip art as my stencil template. It’s from Karen’s Whimsy.