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  • Janna Birn

    print photo on wax paper and then iron on to fabric. i want to remember this - might be a great christmas gift! - this is something I have never understood. The photo pillow, but why?

  • Rachel Brown

    print photo on fabric. photo pillows.. Christmas gifts!

  • Janet Johnson

    DIY Vintage Photo Pillows. Print your photo on wax paper and then iron on to fabric. Great gift idea Read through the blog and you'll find a link to a product that will set the ink and make your printed photo more permanent.

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Crafts Ideas, Remember This, Vintage Photos, Prints Photos, Gift Ideas, Photos Pillows, Photos On Fabric, Christmas Gift, Wax Paper

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