It's been a couple years since we tried out freezer paper stencils. I can't remember now what inspired me to try again. Maybe it was this great book I got for Christmas, or something I saw online or just the fact that we had a four day weekend with extra crafting time.
I realized I have plenty of plain old onesies that we could decorate with fairly unisex designs. We used some fabric paint I found in the basement covered with dust and spider webs, although someday I'd like to experiment with a little more color variety.
There are ton of tutorials out there. The entire process is as easy as finding or creating a design you like, tracing it onto a sheet of freezer paper (shiny side down), cutting out the design with an exacto knife, ironing the freezer paper lightly on top of the fabric and filling in with fabric paint.
Ethan chose a picture of Godzilla online which both he and Drew were thrilled to use.
I also found a few ideas I liked.
Ok, so there's an awful lot of blue in there. Just being realistic.