OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!

1. Buy plates from Dollar Store 2. Write things with a Sharpie 3. Bake for 30 mins in the 150 oven and it's permanent! Put a recipe, verse or song lyric on it give as gift.. (cute idea) - Click image to find more DIY

print photo on wax paper and then iron on to fabric. i want to remember this - might be a great christmas gift!

Naturally Repair Wood - Use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar (white or apple cider vinegar) mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in!

Add lace to your window with cornstarch for privacy. And it removes. More great stuff for base housing. You ca use lots of different fabrics for this effect.

button stamps, lots of possibilities

12 Easy Image Transfers http://thegraphicsfairy.com/12-easy-image-transfer-methods-for-diy-projects/

I'll have to remember this

Transferring photos to fabric

DIY Vintage wood stain on a frame

Genius!! You could also do this with bras or other stuff you don’t want to tumble around – Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins @ Home Interior Ideas

Dye Your Wood - You can have any color you want, and just think of the possibilities!

WHO KNEW!! you print out words on basic white paper, but in mirror image form… lay them on the wood… with a damp paint brush wet the paper on top of the words… use the cap of a sharpie to rub on top of the letters to help them transfer … then remove the paper and stand in shock and awe!

How to reverse images for transfers

bleach printing

How to remove the wax from a candle jar. Brilliant! **This is a bath and bodyworks candle jar, they are so pretty can be used for all sorts of things. Have you tried this with success? They make it look so easy!

how to print DIY patterned fabric - possible solution for nursery curtains, duvet cover, etc.

// diy wood-grain laptop wrap

make your own mosaic tiles

Photo transfer on glass - Kim Andersen