So, of course, when you about to try a craft or technique for the first time, it's best to pick a really complicated design.
I've been wanting to try freezer paper stencils, and decided that I wanted to do a picture of HH for father's day shirts. I altered a picture, and came up with this stencil design:
I really like how the stencil turned out--I think it's a good representation of him.
Then, because I took the wardrobe refashion pledge, and because I didn't have two plain t-shirts for the girls that matched, I thrifted a men's t-shirt to use for making shirts for them.
Somehow, (after hours of cutting out the stencils) the end result didn't quite look right. The face didn't translate well with the painting. Oh well.
The girls didn't care. Chick still was saying "I yuv Daggy, yessirree. We a happy family."