First Time Mom and Losing It: Pumpkin Stencil Treat Bag: Princess Jasmine

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Pumpkin Stencil Treat Bag: Princess Jasmine


Did you know that you can take any Pumpkin Stencil and use is as a stencil for fabric paint? I decided to use this technique again to make my daughter a treat bag for Halloween. I used a blank canvas bag, freezer paper and some fabric paints.

Supplies:
  • Blank canvas bag
  • Black Fabric Paint
  • White Fabric Paint
  • Teal Blue Fabric Paint
  • Teal Glitter Puffy Paint
  • Gold Fabric
  • Freezer Paper
  • Stencil Foam Brush
  • Thin paint brush
  • Iron
Step 1: I used this pattern for Jasmine that I found doing a google search for "Jasmine Pumpkin Stencil". You can practically find any popular character by using this method. Print out.

Step 2: Look at the stencil and figure out which pieces have to be black, teal, white and gold. Place a piece of wax paper, paper side up over the stencil and trace only the parts that need to be painted black. You want to connect the lines in a way that you can cut out the black parts in as few separate pieces as possible. Follow the same step for the teal blue pieces.


Step 3: Use a sharp exacto knife and carefully cut out the black page stencil using your lines as a guide. Repeat for the teal blue stencil page and lips stencil page. 


Step 4: Iron on the black color stencil paper side up. Make sure that the edges are ironed on well.


Step 4: Use the foam stencil brush and the paint into the stencil you just ironed. You want to pounce the brush carefully so that the paint doesn't run underneath the stencil. Allow to dry for a couple of hours and then apply a second coat. Look closely and make sure you aren't missing any parts. 
Allow to dry at least 6 hours. Peel off the face stencil.


Step 5: Place the teal blue stencil on top of the bag and make sure to line it up properly with the hair you painted. Carefully iron on making sure the edges are stuck onto the fabric. Use the same technique above to paint in with the teal. Repeat for the lips stencil.


Step 6: Use a small paint brush and some white fabric paint to paint in the white part of the eyes.


Step 7: Trace the earrings, necklace and jewel holder onto the paper part of freezer paper. Cut around and iron onto a piece of gold fabric. Cut out and remove the freezer paper.

Step 8: Apply a thin layer of fabric glue to the back of the jewelry pieces of gold fabric and glue into place.


Step 9: Use the puffy paint to paint in the headband jewel.

Click for Complete Princess Jasmine Costume Tutorial - Part 1

Click for Complete Princess Jasmine Costume Tutorial - Part 2

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5 comments:

  1. I hate to think what would that would end up looking like if I attempted to make it! You, however, did a marvelous job!! It really is very pretty1!

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  2. That's gorgeous! Your little princess is going to make quite the statement this Halloween!

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  3. Wow! What a GREAT idea! This bag turned out great!

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  4. What a fun idea! This bag will go perfect with her costume, too!

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  5. Such a cute costume idea! I'm sure this is perfect for niece! She would love it.

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