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  • Sarah Torres

    how to transfer a photo to fabric not using photo transfer paper

  • Shayna Russo

    how to transfer photos to fabric (similiar to most other image transfer)

  • Lea Carmela Longcop

    Gel medium to transfer images to fabric

  • Sherri

    How to transfer photos to fabric without using iron-on sheets Supplies Needed: Fabric (I used white quilting cotton), Gel Medium (I used this kind from Liquidex), Paint Brush and the image you want to transfer. You can use *any* laser copied image or an image from a vintage magazine (that's what I used) or newspaper. Remember that if your image has words on it you will need to reverse it before copying as the words will print backwards. You'll also need a spray bottle filled with water

  • Erica Rundell

    Transfer picture to fabric - Gel Medium (Liquidex), Paint Brush and the image you want to transfer

  • T K

    Photo Transfer w/ Gel Medium

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