Raise your hand it you’ve ever thought about wrapping up a soggy tea bag, stashing it in your purse/pocket, and bringing it home to dry. Now raise your other hand if you’ve actually done it. If both of your hands are up and wriggling around like Horshack's in Mr. Kotter’s social studies class, you’re not alone. I’m here to further enable you. But if your hand or hands are still down by your side, fear not; you too will be out there searching for your own for Tea Bag opportunities once I show you how to make Tea Bag Art in 4 easy steps with stencils from Gwen Lafleur studios.
In today's post I'm sharing my process for making Natural Dye Stenciled Eggs. I'll show you some of the tricks I learned in the process; how I trimmed my stencil designs to fit the curve of an egg; and how I added some unconventional art supplies, (contact paper and masking fluid) to my repertoire of egg decorating techniques.