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Freezer Paper Stencils for Teens

  • Eugene Public Libraries Eugene, OR (map)

Freezer paper is a widely available material with miraculous properties. We’ll cut stencils out of freezer paper, exploring the concept of positive and negative space. Then we’ll fuse the stencils to fabric using an iron on a low setting, and apply fabric paint. When the freezer paper is removed, a crisp, one-of-a-kind image appears. All of the materials we’ll use are readily available, and teens will leave the class armed with the skills to do this project on their own at home.

I'll be doing this program at all three Eugene branch libraries on July 26th & 27th. Learn specific location and time info here.

Earlier Event: July 22
Felted Flowers for Adults