Viagra From India

Viagra from india I’m among the last to jump on this very addicting bandwagon, viagra from india and I have to agree with everyone else. Viagra from india This is so much fun. Viagra from india I can’t wait to do more. Viagra from india A friend had a baby shower, viagra from india and I pounced at the chance to do them.

Viagra from india So I purchased freezer paper at my local grocery store and downloaded some clipart/images online. Viagra from india I traced those images onto the freezer paper, viagra from india and with my x-acto knife, viagra from india I cut them out. Viagra from india Here are some of them:

Viagra from india

Viagra from india

Viagra from india So here’s the lowdown on how to put them together:

Viagra from india 1. Viagra from india Prewash your fabric. Viagra from india Do not use fabric softener!

Viagra from india 2. Viagra from india Set your iron to the setting that corresponds with your fabric of choice. Viagra from india For the onesies, viagra from india since they were cotton, viagra from india I had it on the cotton setting.

Viagra from india 3. Viagra from india Iron the freezer paper stencils onto your fabric, viagra from india shiny side down (for me, viagra from india this took no more than 10 seconds). Viagra from india Don’t make the mistake of ironing them on shiny side UP, viagra from india or then you risk ruining your iron (and melting the wax/plastic side all over your iron plates).

Viagra from india 4. Viagra from india Using foam/stencil brushes, viagra from india apply fabric paint onto your stencil in an up/down motion (as if you were stabbing the fabric with your brush). Viagra from india You want to be dabbing the paint on, viagra from india not brushing it side to side. Viagra from india If you brush it side to side, viagra from india you risk having paint accumulate on the sides of the stencils, viagra from india and having paint bleed underneath the stencil. Viagra from india It’s best to apply a couple of thin coats of paint, viagra from india and do them evenly, viagra from india rather than just gob it all on at once.

Viagra from india 5. Viagra from india Wait for the paint to dry, viagra from india then carefully peel the stencil off the fabric. Viagra from india With this particular fabric paint (I used Tulip Soft Fabric Paint from Joanns), viagra from india the instructions say to let the paint dry flat for 4 hours. Viagra from india I didn’t wait the entire 4 hours to peel the stencil off – I just waited until it wasn’t completely wet. Viagra from india Probably 5 minutes or so is good enough for peeling off the stencil, viagra from india then let it dry completely for the remainder of the time.

Viagra from india 6. Viagra from india After that, viagra from india I would recommend sticking them in the dryer on medium/high for 10 minutes (with no fabric softener), viagra from india to heat-set the paint.

Viagra from india Washing instructions: When you want to wash them, viagra from india turn them inside out and wash in warm water, viagra from india tumble low/medium.

Viagra from india Easy huh? Here were some of my samples:

Viagra from india

Viagra from india

Viagra from india Here are some of the girls working on their onesies at the shower:

Viagra from india

Viagra from india

Viagra from india Some of their work:

Viagra from india

Viagra from india

Viagra from india

Viagra from india Nice huh? I would post more pictures, viagra from india but the rest of my pictures ended up dark and/or blurry. Viagra from india (I’m still a newbie with the camera manual controls.) So instead, viagra from india I’ll leave you with some REALLY GOOD cupcakes we had at the shower from Sibby’s Cupcakery.

Viagra from india

Viagra from india

Viagra from india (If you couldn’t tell earlier, viagra from india the shower was ocean-themed.) =)

Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5 based on 289 user reviews.


  1. Those turtle cupcakes are great :)
    I’ve wanted to try Freezer Paper stencils for such a long time but somehow never got around to it, and Toam grows out of clothes so fast… I have a lot of pregnant friends now, so that might be a good excuse.

  2. OMG those came out SO CUTE!!! :) good job!!! and those cupcakes? did you guys buy them or make them? whoever did it, awesome!

  3. Cute!!!

  4. WOW!!! they are SOOO cute!!! You are always an inspiration to me! =D

  5. Seriously great job with the stencils – I still can’t believe you cut them all out! It was such a fun and cute project — totally makes me want to stencil something.. anything!

  6. Ruth, that is so cool! I want to learn how to do that. I have so many plain onesies I could try it on.

  7. Thanks for checking out my V.S. knock-off dress! You have to be one of the most talented people I’ve ever seen!! I love all of your projects.

  8. The ladybug shirt is so cute! :)

  9. i love these!! Oh my gosh, thanks for introducing me to the idea of these stencils. what a fantastic idea!!