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

from Apartment Therapy

2 Ways To Make Pretty Printed Pillows

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

Tutorial on how to print your own labels (or anything else) onto fabric in your own inkjet printer using freezer paper and white vinegar from your pantry.

from Domestically Speaking

Burlap Laundry Sign…How to!

Learn How to Print on Burlap

DIY::10 Easy Steps to A Freezer Paper Transfer {Excellent Photo Tutorial} This is a ESSENTIAL SIMPLE #DIY Tutorial For Crafters That allows you to create, upcycle, and save so much money ! ! Great for Beginners !!

from TheMetaPicture.com

How to transfer a photo onto a slab of wood…

bild auf holz übertragen

from Made To Be A Momma

{Homemade By You #68

Fun and easy summer DIY: Freezer paper stencil shirt tutorial. Add your favorite expression!

DIY Personalized Candle - kids or grand-kids can make and give as a gift. Sorry no link or directions other than the picture tutorial shown. Kids draw picture on wax paper then wrap it around a white candle and heat with hair dryer until it melts onto the candle. Neat idea.

Top 17 ideas for recycling toilet paper rolls (or paper towel rolls)

from BuzzFeed

31 Easy DIY Projects You Won't Believe Are No-Sew

Here's another no-sew pillow tutorial. | 31 Easy DIY Projects You Won't Believe Are No-Sew

from Cut Out + Keep

Clothespin Message

Love this! (Inside paper: Get some paper and cut out a trapezoid that fits inside the jaws when you open the jaws as wide as possible.) Full set of directions are linked.

Easy DIY- a piece of wood, 4 legs (all of which are sold at home depot for around $5)- padding, and then staple pretty fabric. Awesome! - to do huge at the end of the bed

from Marla's Art Page Blog

Puff Paint Design

Print out a pattern you like, place a sheet of wax paper over it and trace the pattern with puffy paints. When it dries peel it off the wax paper and apply it to its permanent surface. (This gal has lots of great ideas!)