I needed to also cut out the eyes, nose and mouth to keep those areas unpainted.
Place the cut-out freezer paper on your shirt and place the smaller pieces back onto the face.
Iron the freezer paper to the shirt. Make sure all the cut edges are sticking to the shirt.
Place a plastic coverd cardboard inside before painting to protect the other side of the t-shirt.
Let dry. Then, carefully lift off the freezer paper, revealing your painted design.
I removed the eyes, nose and mouth pieces so that I could paint these areas in with the black paint.
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