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    • 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)

    • Angie Brooker Payne

      Pocket Full of Whimsy: DIY | How to make Vintage Photo Pillows. Great gift idea for grandparents/great grandparents.

    • Maura Fumo-Quinn

      Pocket Full of Whimsy: DIY | Vintage Photo Pillows. Very cool family gift idea.

    • Charla Theilman

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

    • Liz Sams

      Fabric Iron Ons #photos #displays #home #decor #decorate #pillows #fabric

    • Wendy Roscoe

      Pocket Full of Whimsy: DIY | Vintage Photo Pillows

    • Natasha Marinoff Rider

      DIY picture pillows - great gift idea!

    • Janet Leachman

      diy freezer paper photo transfer

    • Lindy Dawson

      DIY image transfer to pillows

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