Welcome to my very first image fabric transfer attempt.
There are numerous tutorials out there on how to transfer laser-jet print on to fabric. I tried to use whatever I could find around the house for this project. The materials I used were:
* wax paper
* flat iron
There are other materials that are more effective to use which I recommend because wax paper could be a little tricky to print on and quite a little scary. Because the wax paper is so thin, the edge can curl and jam the printer.
After several attempts, the best way to print an image to a wax paper was to layer it on a regular paper and tape wax paper an inch lower from the paper. The paper also absorbs the extra wax from the wax paper.
And do not forget to mirror print it.
Then, I used flat iron to transfer the wording face-down.
|The same technique I used from my previous project.|
I used a different technique for this one. Printed an image the same way. I brushed some modge podge onto the fabric, and paste the printed image.
|Image from The Graphic's Fairy|
Time to do the fun part. After the modge podge had dried, sprinkle some water and rob the wax paper off.
Seal the image when you are done!
You can either hang it...