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    Emphasize the theme of a party by uniting all the elements -- invitations, gifts, place cards, favor tags, and napkin rings -- with a single design or icon, such as the "20" (for an anniversary) shown on the left. It's easy and inexpensive to do with rub-off transfers, which can be made with a black-and-white laser printer or copier and a few supplies.

  • Kristin Call

    DIY transfers

  • Kerrianne Mackay

    ink transfers

  • Quinn's Cottage

    image transfers - Martha Stewart

  • Shelley Stokes

    Print Transfers by Martha Stewart

  • C-W

    make your own rub off transfers with ink jet printer and a colorless marker (blender)--from martha stewart

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