How to Make a Semiphotorealistic Three-Shade Printcomments (7) December 1st, 2011
And then here's an example of a one-color face print—just play with the image contrast until you have a pure black and white picture that looks how you want it.
And this last example is a bit more feminine because, of course, this project can be used for the ladies on your list, too!
If you are thinking, "This seems like it could be a fun project to do with my kids, if it wasn't for that darn X-Acto knife," you're in luck! I did a tutorial on my own blog a while back on kid-friendly freezer-paper stenciling, using scissors instead of a knife. You can also use shaped paper punches! Stenciling rocks!
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