Ahhhhh!!!! *want want want*
When giving directions to my apartment, I end with "it's the one with the four-foot Ron Paul sign in the window. You can't miss it."
...and nobody ever does miss it.
ooh ooh put me down for one of those signs! lol, i love that.
Taxes are retarded, and these shirts are AWESOME.
I 3V0J Capitalism and Minarchism so naturally, I 3V0J Ron Paul.
I will never cease to be amazed at how incredible his campaign was. It was so... authentic and self-propelled. It's grassroots news, hand-painted signs and home-made t-shirts that keep me interested in American politics. So thanks.
i totally agree. too bad he got entirely shut out my the mainstream media. if you look at the google trends
of paul compared to mccain, it's absolutely ridiculous how biased the news stories are in comparison with the internet interest.
anyways, here's the way i made the stencils
i printed them on a piece of card stock paper and cut out rectangles around them, like any stencil. then to make them reusable i covered the front and back with packaging tape (the clear kind). and then i cut out the stencils with an xacto and sprayed the back with a stencil adhesive-- the kind that says it can be picked up and repositioned as needed. i used textile medium and acrylic paint and then as soon as it was a little bit dry i peeled the stencil off and wiped it off with a wet paper towel, so that when i stuck it down on another shirt it wouldn't bleed. then i just resprayed with adhesive and repeated, and the stencils are still in perfect condition to be used at least ten more times. if a little piece looks like it's going to fall off (RP's face is a little flimsy), i plan to use a little more packaging tape to secure where the bit is connected to the bulk of the stencil.
i don't know a way to save a freezer paper stencil, sorry! but i hope this was helpful (i can do an illustrated tutorial if this isn't clear)
edit: ps. here
's the larger version of the image-- to show the cleanness of the lines