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  • Charla Theilman

    Great Christmas Gift Idea! Wax paper transfer - DIY | Vintage Photo Pillows

  • Kath G

    1 of 12 Pocket Full of Whimsy: DIY | Vintage Photo Pillows. I saw this pic in my December Country Living Magazine and thought they looked pretty cute. I think photos on fabric can very easily look tacky or cheesy but being that these were old photos, black and white... I thought they were kind of classy. It inspired me to make cushions from my own photos......

  • Sasha Herrera

    Print on wax paper, iron onto fabric...the possibilities are endless! Yay, just found Christmas ideas :) (for directions go to Dec. 2011 section- DIY vintage photo pillows)

  • Tracy Schultz

    How to Make Your Own "Vintage" Photo Pillows.... just need: Freezer paper, fabric, printer. Would make awesome Christmas gifts!

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How to print on fabric. Do steps in photo, then run fabric through printer to print directly on fabric side (not freezer paper side). Iron image to set. Rinse under water to remove excess ink. Will only work if printer uses water-resistant ink. Check manufacturer website for ink type.

how to transfer photos to fabric without using iron-on sheets

Who came up with this? Amazing!

I've tried all the other transfer methods and this is the best, easiest and quickest transfer method: CLAY POT WITH A WAX PAPER TRANSFER

Perfect use for old sweaters. Although, I can never find old sweaters that look like that.

wOw...you just print image on waxed paper....oh the possibilities

DIY- Print on wax paper and transfer right onto fabric, burlap, etc.~ a great way to make a banner, flag, etc. for a party or shower.

Thin muslin cloth is ironed onto the waxy side of freezer paper then ran through an ink jet or laser print (cardstock or photo card setting advised) to print out favorite picture onto the cloth side. Then freezer paper is removed and printed fabric is made into a pillow!

Transfer method using freezer paper, printer, and iron.

Transferring photos to fabric, I've needed to do this for ever