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    • Darcelle Glazier

      DIY: Transfer Project - print directly on freezer paper, transfer onto material

    • Bobbie Nolan

      The Graphics Fairy - DIY: DIY Transfer Project & Paris Address Printable (print directly onto freezer paper and iron onto project)

    • Jan Comstock

      DIY Image transfer projects

    • Grocer's Daughter

      How To: Transfer images onto fabric using freezer paper, an ink jet printer with waterproof ink (if you want to wash the item), and an iron. / The Graphics Fairy

    • April

      Wax paper transfer to fabric | The Graphics Fairy - DIY

    • Lesley Furches

      print pattern (in reverse) on wax paper then iron on fabric

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