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« on: January 27, 2008 10:53:37 PM »

Finally... I stopped putting off doing my crafting, sat down and got some progress done. About 5 months into my pregnancy, my ex fiance'/ best friend's sister gave me a rather large tub full of boys baby clothes for my son. She just had twins this past may, and had a lot (and by a lot, I mean a ton) of clothes that she received from friends and family and knew that her two boys wouldn't end up getting to wear before they got too big so she passed them onto me. Within the massive tub of clothes were quite a few blank onesies. I had planned on dishing out a few stenciled ones before my son was born.... procrastinator!!! I didn't even start working on them (with the exception of one) until a week and a half ago, my son is now almost 3 months old, heh. I managed to get 9 onesies stenciled, I was able to stencil one... count em' one, BEFORE he was born Roll Eyes

Take a look:


This is the one I did before he was born.


I saw a onesie like this before on this board I believe so I had to try it out, used masking tape to section off the stripes and then used a stencil from stencil punks (I think that's where I got it)


details


This is my nickname for him, because he's a booger butt, lol


I only stenciled the star on this one, the rest I did free hand.


You'd have to know who Corey "Mr. Safety" Williams is from YouTube (he does the Mean Kitty song), he does a song called Make Poop, it's actually rather funny. Oh and please ignore the stain that's on it, my nephew (boyfriends actually), took it upon himself to put this onesie on Little Man before I got a chance to take pics and pre-wash when I told him not too. Needless to say, Little Man had a VERY, and VERY leaky wet diaper.


gas mask (stencilpunks)


This one is my favorite


This is my dad's nickname for him, lol

Well those are the onesies, there was one more but somehow the picture got deleted off of my computer. But was I stopping with just those? Oh no, not a chance. I came across this black hand bag at Hot Topic that was $6 on clearance. So I decided that I wanted to bleach pen stencil it. It turned out pretty good.




detail

Then I wanted to stencil this book that had a felt like cover:


and last, but not least my zipper hoodie was too plain so I gave it a touch up. (all the swirls are done by hand.)




front pockets


right shoulder


left arm

I was going to put wings on the back of it, but I thought that was too much on this jacket.

Anyway, sorry for all the pics. Tell me what you all think.


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« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2008 01:42:09 AM »

Wow, you have been busy, and with such a young baby as well! I really love the stencilling, they're all really cute-you will have a very trendy little boy.
Also-the bleach pen stuff is brilliant.
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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2008 09:20:26 AM »

What a stencil fest and they're all brilliant.  To get all them done with a wee one too you're a star.
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« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2008 06:52:49 PM »

Funny: I call my baby Booger Butt... I always get weird looks... and I have no idea why I call him that!
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