Print your own fabric. (Apparently one can also use white butcher paper - and therefore also freezer paper? - instead of printer paper with spray adhesive: iron butcher paper onto plain white cotton fabric, cut to 8.5" x 11", then run through the printer. Less messy! Either way, try the 5-minute soak in a vinegar bath, then all subsequent washing should be done by hand, then hang item to dry. Butcher paper tip from http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080302180837AAMY5Q3)
With a website full of great images like The Graphics Fairy, there’s a world of possibilities on how to use them. However, there are really only a few basic techniques that you can use to get them onto your project – and almost all of them require a printer. How you use that printer can …
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