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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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Print on wax paper, iron onto fabric...the possibilities are endless! Yay, just found Christmas ideas :)

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.

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How to print on fabric! This is so cool! I didn't know you could do this!!

Cut your freezer paper to the size of a sheet of paper. I had cardstock Put the cut piece of freezer paper in your printer so that the plastic side receives the inkPrint your image in reverse, and be careful not to touch the ink Lay it down on the fabric where you want the graphic and iron it down. Make sure your iron is set on NO steam. I ironed about 60 seconds

I'll never just wrap with a bow again! This pom pom flower is so pretty. I can't wait to try this DIY project on a special gift.

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.

I need to remember this tip: Tissue paper ironed between 2 sheets of wax paper - nice wrapping for giving away baked goods