If you make postcards or fiber bowls or notebook covers or other shaped crafts you might have a pile of stiff interfacing (Timtex, Fast2Fuse, Stiff) scraps. I especially have some good sized chunks left over from making the sun visors. Estelle had the idea to use the scraps to make masks for sun printing.
First I try to cut out post card shapes and the I use the rest to make sun printing masks.
I cut some free form and cut a lot using my Go! Cutter dyes. This is a great use for the Go!
This is a piece that Estelle printed with interfacing masks. She cut the jugs and other architectural shapes from the interfacing. The best part is that the interfacing shapes are reusable.
Now when I clean up from a project I quickly cut the scrap interfacing into shapes and I have them in the bag ready for my next sun printing session. It's amazing how many different things you can use for sun printing masks!