print photo on wax paper and then iron on to fabric.... oh the possibilities!

Print pictures on old book pages. Looks amazing.

Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred diy....fun with kids!

way cool

Memory candle - using laser printed photos and contact paper.

Print your pictures on tissue paper, then modge podge onto canvas!

Shave crayons in whatever color/pattern onto a canvas, cover with wax paper and iron the whole canvas! The crayons will melt, creating your masterpiece!! Art Club

Print on wax paper, iron onto fabric...the possibilities are endless.

Tutorial on how to make heating pads...sooo easy and they look so cute. You pick your favorite fabric!

Our primitive barnboard Santa boots are adorned with red Christmas homespun, red pip berries, and a rusty star. Perfect for any primitive Christmas decor.especially for you home decor

Learn How to Print on Burlap

Diy iron on with freezer paper and your own printer

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

frame notebook paper, hot glue a bow, write with a dry erase marker ... viola! Perfect for a To Do list for your desk! This is sooo cute!

Gift bags made from newspaper and paper doilys

Easy Way To Transfer Ink From Paper Onto Wood For A Homemade Sign with Freezer Paper . Get the step by step tutorial

DIY::10 Easy Steps to A Freezer Paper Transfer {Excellent Photo Tutorial} This is a ESSENTIAL SIMPLE #DIY Tutorial For Crafters That allows you to create, upcycle, and save so much money ! ! Great for Beginners !!

Paper Doily Stencil

HOW TO TRANSFER A PHOTO TO FABRIC Know you can transfer photos to fabric without using iron-on sheets with this easy and simple technique.

Fabric cross on wood. Wow those are beautiful. Think of the possibilities and you could do different sizes and different centers... add scripture to the wood!

This tutorial is SO EASY! Print on wax paper and transfer right onto fabric.