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    Print on wax paper, iron onto fabric...the possibilities are endless!

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    How to transfer an image onto fabric using wax paper and your printer!

    Transferring photos to fabric

    print photo on wax paper and then iron on to fabric. i want to remember this - might be a great christmas gift!

    Wax paper transfers

    Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS! Transfer Images Using Freezer Paper

    Printing On Fabric with Freezer Paper

    Photo Cushions. Buy light-colored cushions with removable covers and iron-on transfer paper. Print an image on the paper, then iron it on.

    How to transfer photos to fabric.

    Photo pillow with tutorial.

    Beer bottle mustache. That would make a funny groomsman picture

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    Made with a sharpie....over 24 crafts to make with a sharpie..... I totally wanna do this!

    Print on wax paper then iron on fabric!

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    Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover. This is freaking ingenious!!!

    Cute gift idea: DIY Modge Podge Photo coasters ... start with 4 x4 tiles... print photos onto tissue paper. In order to feed it through the printer, scotch tape the tissue paper to a regular piece of paper.... cut the photo out to a 4 x 4 size & place over the tile. Modge podge one layer over the picture on tile. Let completely dry and repeat twice, letting dry between each layer

    DIY Monogrammed Burlap Pillows :: Hometalk.... AMAZING IDEA.... FREEZER PAPER..... ON BACK RUN THROUGH PRINTER....

    Who knew!? You can actually iron fabric to the wall and it will peel right off when you're ready to make a change!! This lady has lots of other cute ideas too :)