Worth the Wait Kit

AMS Products Included:

  • Mesh Stencil –
  • Gel Art Ink – Can’t Never Could (sample)
  • Gel Art Ink – Pretty As A Picture (sample)
  • Gel Art Ink – Hey Y’all (sample)
  • ChalkArt Spreader

 Other Supplies Needed:

  • Onesies
  • Iron

Instructions: 

  1. Begin by placing a piece of cardboard or thick paper inside the onesie to protect the back.
  2. Then cut out your stencils and place the “Worth the Wait” stencil centered at the top of the onesie sticky side down.
  3. Next, apply Gel Art Ink Hey Y’all on the details using the ChalkArt Spreader and applying enough pressure to push the ink through the mesh.
  4. Repeat the process applying Can’t Never Could to the rest of the stencil.
  5. Once done, carefully remove the stencil and wash it in lukewarm water.
  6. Repeat the process on other onesies using Pretty As A Picture as well. Once done, allow them to dry for at least 2 hours and then use a hot iron (no steam) to set the ink.

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Worth the Wait Kit
Worth the Wait Kit
Worth the Wait Kit
Worth the Wait Kit
Worth the Wait Kit
Worth the Wait Kit

AMS Products Included:

  • Mesh Stencil –
  • Gel Art Ink – Can’t Never Could (sample)
  • Gel Art Ink – Pretty As A Picture (sample)
  • Gel Art Ink – Hey Y’all (sample)
  • ChalkArt Spreader

 Other Supplies Needed:

  • Onesies
  • Iron

Instructions: 

  1. Begin by placing a piece of cardboard or thick paper inside the onesie to protect the back.
  2. Then cut out your stencils and place the “Worth the Wait” stencil centered at the top of the onesie sticky side down.
  3. Next, apply Gel Art Ink Hey Y’all on the details using the ChalkArt Spreader and applying enough pressure to push the ink through the mesh.
  4. Repeat the process applying Can’t Never Could to the rest of the stencil.
  5. Once done, carefully remove the stencil and wash it in lukewarm water.
  6. Repeat the process on other onesies using Pretty As A Picture as well. Once done, allow them to dry for at least 2 hours and then use a hot iron (no steam) to set the ink.

Worth the Wait Kit