Creative Instagram Reels and Fun Underwear Part 2

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What can I say?! I have so much fun curating the Instagram reels you see on our @thinkingpanties account. Your response continues to be awesome and fuels my creativity to make more.

Most IG users just enjoy the videos and find them funny, while others constantly ask me how to order the undies for purchase. In the past, I sold thousands of Thinking Panties® both online and wholesale – If you are interested, read the post about the brand’s original idea. However, now, I just want to share some knowledge of the process of decorating underwear.

When one of  the Thinking Panties® reels went viral, achieving more than 10 million views, I knew I was on to something. My gut instinct was right. I needed a change, and that seems to be it 😛

So, without further ado, I invite you to take a look at the tools I used to decorate these undies using a Cricut Joy machine.

Saludos ✨

NOTE: Most of the materials listed below are exactly the ones I use. However, occasionally, I look up reviews on products I haven’t purchased yet, and recommend them due to high customer satisfaction.
There, I said it 😉

More creative instagram reels will be added soon!

Fab Pascali

Fab Pascali

Fabiana is an entrepreneurial Latina mom, actor, and with a degree in design & 3D art. She lives in Los Angeles, a perfect place to succeed in her acting career. Fab was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, of Italian and Basque descent, from where she draws much of her unique creativity.

Fab Pascali

Fab Pascali

Fabiana is an entrepreneurial Latina mom, actor, and designer. She lives in Los Angeles, a perfect place to succeed in her acting career. Fab was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, of Italian and Basque descent, from where she draws much of her unique creativity.

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