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This is a flower that I put together for a series of projects that I've been working on for the shop. I was going to include it with the Petal Collection, but I decided that this was one worth sharing. It doesn't require any fancy equipment at all!
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PartiCraft (Participate In Craft): Blossoms Five Full Flower.... It just seemed fitting to show the card with the actual flowers since I planned on continuing my tutorial from yesterday. I'll give you a quick rundown on this card first. I started with a dotty background and added a wide strip of coordinating striped card to which I glued a vintage lace border to the edge....
PartiCraft (Participate In Craft): Blossoms Five Full Flower
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How to Print on Fabric Freezer Paper Method
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How to Print on Fabric Freezer Paper Method - The Graphics Fairy
How to Print on Fabric Freezer Paper Method tep 1: Start with a freshly ironed piece of fabric. ( I like to print on Canvas Drop Cloth, because it takes the ink beautifully, and you can get a lot of fabric for the money, it also goes nicely through my printer). Cut out a section of freezer paper, approximately 8 1/2″ by 11″, and iron it (shiny side facing towards the fabric) to the fabric until it adheres nicely.Step 2: Trim up the fabric and Freezer paper to exactly 8 1/2″ by 11″. I use a piece of printer cardstock as a pattern, to make sure the size is exact. You could measure it out and draw lines on it instead. Important: Make sure you don’t have any frayed edges, and that the fabric does not overhang the paper! You don’t wanted it snagging in your printer and getting stuck!Step 3: Place in your printer. Make sure you have it placed so that the ink prints on the fabric side and not the paper side.Step 4: Adjust your printer settings. When you hit the print button and get the pop up window, you should have some type of button for “Printer Preferences” click on that and select “Best Photo” and then print. This will put a nice amount of ink on your fabric, for the best quality image.Step 5: Stay right with the printer and guide the fabric through if needed. For some reason it usually takes a few times for my printer to recognize it, it usually sends the fabric through a few times, with out printing, and I have to keep putting it back in until it decides to accept it. I have no idea why and hopefully yours won’t do that!Gorgeous right?!! And so easy! The print is amazingly crisp and clear, I just love doing this! You can peel off your Freezer Paper now (I’m told you can reuse it, up to 10 times, so you can save it and iron it on to another piece of fabric. Yay!). I use an Epson Printer with Pigment ink that’s waterproof. If yours isn’t, you can set it with Vinegar using this Tutorial.I hope you enjoyed this fun method! If you like the Bird Printable in the photos, you can grab it for free HERE, there’s also a tutorial for a fun project that I made with this!And for even more Fun Fabric Printing techniques, be sure and check out our 6 Ways to Easily Print on Fabric Post HERE! Hello! Are you new to The Graphics Fairy?Welcome, I’m so glad you’re here! Browse around to find thousands of Stock Images that you can use in your projects or designs! I post new Vintage images every day, as well as projects and DIY’s too! You can subscribe via email so that you don’t miss a single post, just click HERE to sign up! Need more info about my site? Try my FAQ page.FILED UNDER: DIY, TIPS & TECHNIQUES · 153 15.9K Google +27 23YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEBurlap Reindeer Pillow - Reader Featured ProjectWhy Women Are Flipping for Kate Hudson’s New Athletic LinePrintable Seed Packets - Reader Featured ProjectNostalgic Happy Days Image!?<< Next PostFree Vintage Beer Stein ImagesPrevious Post >>Renaissance Man Image Comments Laurel says:September 19, 2013 at 10:06 amHave you tried setting your printer to take thick paper/envelopes? It may stop it pulling the fabric through without printing on it. It’s the setting I use when I want to print on thick card.Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 11:30 amGreat idea Laurel! I’ll try that next time!Aitch says:September 19, 2013 at 6:26 pmI never thought of that! I have the same problem with printing thicker things like cardstock and fabric on my Epson printer that Karen has with getting her fabric/freezer paper sandwich to roll through. I will give that a try, thank you.Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces says:September 19, 2013 at 10:52 amGreat tutorial, Karen! Thank you!Mitzie says:September 19, 2013 at 12:13 pmThank you for the tutorial but I think you missed a step or two. I don’t see anything about how the bird pic relates to the freezer paper. Do you copy the bird image onto the freezer paper, or just printing the image? If the latter, what is the freezer paper’s purpose? I’d really like to know because I’ve been wondering how to print images from your awesome website onto fabric. Thank you.Debbie Knight says:September 19, 2013 at 2:08 pmyou add the freezer paper to stiffen the fabric to work in the printer. She printed the image right on the fabric.Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 2:27 pmMitzie, Yes, what Debbie said. There’s no missing step, you can’t put fabric into your printer without something stiffening it, or it will bunch up in your printer. The freezer paper is there to make it stiff, so that the printer thinks it’s paper and slides it through. I hope that helps!Adi says:September 19, 2013 at 1:34 pmThis is a real wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing, I’ll have to try this on my future fashion projects!vegcourtesy.blogspot.comPenelope says:September 19, 2013 at 1:39 pmFantastic tutorial. I will definitely put this one to use. Thank you.Debbi says:September 19, 2013 at 1:46 pmI have used this method for quite a while and I agree Karen, it is hands down the best and most inexpensive way to print on fabric! The only thing I would add to this is to roll the fabric/paper combo fabric side out just before printing so there are not any curled edges, That way it feeds smoothly through the printer and you won’t pick up toner ink on the edges.Carolyn says:September 19, 2013 at 1:47 pmWill this work with a color laser printer? Thanks!Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 2:30 pmHi Carolyn, I wish I knew! I don’t own one, but maybe someone that does, and has tried this, will chime in and let us know!Carolyn says:September 19, 2013 at 3:42 pmThanks! Carolyn Tix says:December 26, 2013 at 10:22 amThank you for sharing this, I have heard of it before, but never did try it. I make MANY gifts for Christmas and this will come in handy and be much less expensive than using the transfer sheets.Wesley Williams says:December 17, 2013 at 4:32 amYou might not want to print this with a laser printer, that style printer uses heated rollers to set the toner onto the paper you are using, it might get hot enough to melt the bond you have with the freezer paper and the fabric, and get caught up in the rollers.Pat C. says:September 19, 2013 at 2:14 pmI’ve seen this tutorial before, but never one as easy-to-follow as yours!! I love the screenshot and all of your top-secret, insider tips! Thanks, Karen!! xoxoKaren Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 2:28 pmThanks Pat!!Debbie Knight says:September 19, 2013 at 2:14 pmHi, does anyone know if you can buy Swiss batiste, and other very fine fabrics to print on at JoAnn Fabrics? I think that I read Swiss batiste doesn’t ravel and is very thin for very small projects. Any other recommendations for the ease of printing on many other kinds of fabrics? Would anyone have, or know of a chart for this information?Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 2:33 pmDebbie you can find it at sewfancy.com Here’s the link http://www.sewfancy.com/batiste.htmDebbie Knight says:September 19, 2013 at 2:16 pmI have a Xerox Phaser 8560 which uses wax squares for printing instead of ink or toner? It’s a marvelous finish! Has anyone every tried to use this printer to print on fabric? Any and all comments appreciated! Thank you!Nancy Stone says:September 19, 2013 at 3:44 pmKaren: I use Freezer paper frequently in quilting. You do not have to throw out a piece of freezer paper after you use it, as it is reusable. I like to use it when making quilt labels by drawing dark lines on the non shiny side and then ironing muslin to the shiny side. You should be able to see the lines so that you can keep your writing straight on the quilt label. Then the save the freezer paper for the next label.Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 4:13 pmHi Nancy, So do you mean you can iron it and it will stick again on the next piece of fabric?Rhissanna says:September 19, 2013 at 4:21 pmYes. I reuse the same piece of paper once it’s cut to size. I’m told it can be reused up to ten times, but I can’t verify that. More than twice, for sure! That huge roll of freezer paper will last quite a while.Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 5:00 pmOh that’s great!! Thanks to you both for the info!!Rhissanna says:September 19, 2013 at 10:35 pmYou’re welcome!Karen says:September 19, 2013 at 3:49 pmThis is fantastic!!! I have never tried this. Have tried other transfer methods. Looking around to see what I can print on. Sharing on my FB page this afternoon!Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 4:13 pmThanks Karen!! I appreciate the share!Vickie says:September 19, 2013 at 4:23 pmThanks Karen for showing this tutorial. I was always frustrated because most transfers call for a laser printer and I have an inkject printer. Now watch me go:)gill Colthart says:September 19, 2013 at 4:56 pmThis might be useful for people in the UK. I used to have Reynold’s Freezer paper sent from the US, but you can now get it from Hobbycraft or some quilters shops. I also hav a tutorial on my blog if it helpsKaren Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 10:06 pmWonderful Gill! Thanks for sharing that resource!Laurel says:September 20, 2013 at 3:20 pmI’m in the U.K too and I’ve bought Reynolds freezer paper on ebay relatively inexpensively.Alice says:September 19, 2013 at 5:14 pmI have wanted to print on my own fabric for so long but the methods for doing so are all so expensive. I can afford this method and will certainly be trying it in the near future. I am excited to finally be able to make something I have only been dreaming of making and it’s all because of your post. Thanks so much for the tutorial.Kay Nicholls says:September 19, 2013 at 6:18 pmThanks so much Karen for this easy, simple tutorial. I live in Australia, and after alot of searching I’ve found the Reynolds freezer paper is sold in Spotlight stores for $1.50 (AUD) per metre. I hope this is helpful to any of your other Australian followers. Karen Watson says:September 19, 2013 at 10:07 pmThank you Kay! I really appreciate it, I’m sure others will want to know!Kerrie Marquart says:September 19, 2013 at 7:10 pmWonderful information! Love it!Rebecca says:September 19, 2013 at 7:24 pmThank you so much for this very easy and affordable option. I have tons of things I’ve been wanting to print on fabric and haven’t found one that wouldnt be so expensive. I love all of your graphics and really dig the projects everyone shares. Thanks!mj says:September 19, 2013 at 7:27 pmyou can also use double sided tape on cardstock to hold the fabric in place and then run it thru the printer…very easy and it works great!Kathy says:September 19, 2013 at 9:42 pmThanks for the tut! can’t wait to try this!!!Darlene says:September 20, 2013 at 8:33 amGreat tip about the canvas drop cloth. Thanks for sharing.popy says:September 20, 2013 at 8:54 amthanks you very much for sharing…Yvonne says:September 22, 2013 at 12:38 amDoes anyone know if this process works for burlap fabric alsoJo Anne says:September 22, 2013 at 8:03 pmBesides the great tutorial that gives us a good image transfer option, those of us in America now realize we have taken freezer paper availability for granted all these years. Interesting comments from the UK and Australia!Jo says:September 23, 2013 at 11:11 amIn the past, I’ve used spray starch to stiffen my fabric (light linen) and it passed through my laser printer with no problems.Spray with starch, iron dry and repeat about 4 times. It should feel as stiff as paper without the bulk.JoCaite says:September 25, 2013 at 12:54 pmLove this!! Thank you for the awesome tutorial! This website is a treasure trove. Vickie says:October 2, 2013 at 11:03 amHi, I have used this method and it works well, but I found one I like even better, I purchased basting spray from the sewing dept at Wal Mart, about $5. Cut out the fabric so it is a little larger than your paper, spray the fabric (make sure it is covered well to the edges) then stick the paper to it and trim the edges to fit the paper, you can smooth it easily, because if you have a wrinkle you just pull up the paper and it sticks right back. When done it just peals off easily. Make sure you have no strings around the edges of the paper. A can should last a long time. I make miniatures and print my own fabric all the time this way. Its faster than the freezer paper.Carol D. says:October 6, 2013 at 4:56 pmWill the freezer paper method work on all fabrics ? What about burlap fabric ?Brad Maddox says:November 10, 2013 at 12:30 pmTrading is the Best Business Ever in the World.. 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In my experience having it on thick paper and envelopes doesn’t matter much. I wish I could find a good solution for this. If you ever do please share.Thanks again.Amy Hoeh says:December 15, 2013 at 11:42 amThank you, Karen. Ok… Dumb question alert.After you’ve printed the letter sized piece of fabric, how do you attach it to a project? I mean… What if you’re project is a table runner? A letter sized piece of fabric would surely look out of place? Or for a shirt? The same holds true. I’m trying to do both of those projects as well as your french typography onto a wooden table. I’m a little overwhelmed with just enough information to get me inspired, but not enough to allow me to get the project started?Elaine says:December 16, 2013 at 3:12 pmI love this!Very Crafty and it sure does come out crisp and clear!Diane says:January 4, 2014 at 9:10 amCan you print the same on legal size?Alice Hudson Roberts says:September 23, 2013 at 12:54 pmThanks so much for great info. I’ve been doing vintage prints onto fabric using a flexible transparent substance that I developed about 12 years ago. It is more expensive than this idea is. I have a board with my pillows with this on Pinterest but I have longed for an expensive dye sublimation printer and heat press for years but couldn’t afford it. I am definitel
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Ruffled Foam Sheets & Glitter Christmas Tree Cones DIY - Iron foam circles between parchment paper and then immediately form in palm of hand as a ruffle. Brush ends and dip in glitter and paste to a poster board made into a cone. SOOO EASY!!!
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This bright crochet scarf by @mazkwok would look great in our super bright Modern Baby colors.
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Welcome to day 4 of Craft Lightning and my craft tutorial for washi tape owl ornaments. Make these quick and easy Christmas ornaments with your kids this holiday season. Be sure to take a minute and link up your crafts that take 15 minutes or less to complete to our Craft Lightning linky party. Plus …
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How to make a round diaper changer from a vinyl tablecloth (plus free pattern downloade) via lilblueboo.com @La Verna Ferril - Thought of you! They would be awesome gift ideas for someone who can sew! :)
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