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  • karen palm

    How to print on fabric - What?! Oh, the possibilities...- Great for printing quotes and putting them in a frame to hang! freezer paper ironed to fabric

  • Erin Mulligan

    Craft ideas

  • Lynn Allen

    How to print on fabric! This is sooo Cool! I didn't know you could do this!! Will be trying soon #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com

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How to print on fabric. Do steps in photo, then run fabric through printer to print directly on fabric side (not freezer paper side). Iron image to set. Rinse under water to remove excess ink. Will only work if printer uses water-resistant ink. Check manufacturer website for ink type.

Print on Fabric.iron fabric to freezer paper, print from ink jet printer. could be a way to make tags

How to print on fabric! This is so cool! I didnt know you could do this!!

How to print on fabric - What?! Oh, the possibilities...- Great for printing quotes and putting them in a frame to hang!

Spell out your child's name this ay instead of with papier-mâché blocks. Cute to hang on the wall.

DIY ~ How To Dye Fabric The Natural Way Find Turmeric at Voyageur Soap and Candle www.voyageursoapa...

Freezer paper (WHAT IS THIS AND WHERE DO I GET IT?!?!?!) screen printing. Will be using this on the back of soffee shorts

paper bag FABRIC. I always point out the FAKE paper bags they use on tv shows... I want some sooooo bad! Anybody know where I can get some?

site has a link to a template to cut out the shapes! Super wonderful. Michelle Hansard this would be good to cut out before the party!

I actually don't love this scarf, but this is the first I've heard about freezer paper stencils! Why have you been holding out on me, people?

Rose patterns could be used for the bouquet or the centerpieces. Wonderful alternatives for younger children to play with later--no thrones!