This recipe is a family favorite! Not only does it taste fantastic, your house will smell wonderful while it’s baking. The full recipe is typed at the end of this post for easier printing.
3. Print the notebook paper image onto the fabric. Place the sheet of darkened notebook paper on the scanner bed of your inkjet printer and the stabilized fabric into the paper feeder. Then, choosing the darkest copy setting, made the copy. The stabilized fab should go through the inkjet printer like a normal piece of paper.
An alternate method, is to download my scan of the Notebook Paper, put the stabilized fabric into the paper feeder and print the scan onto the fabric as you would print any image onto paper.
4. Peel the fabric off the stabilizer (i.e. Crack ‘n Peel or Freezer Paper). After the ink is dry (usually only a couple of minutes) slowly peel the fabric off the stabilizer.
5. Heat set the ink. Place the fabric “paper” on your ironing board and cover with a thin piece of fabric. Set the iron to dry, high heat. Slowly move the iron over the fabric for 3 minutes. Flip the fabric “paper” over and repeat.
This is the drawing pen that can be removed with plain water and a cloth. I am not sure how long one of these pens lasts or how reliable they are but it sure worked great for this project.
Thanks again for all your interest and I hope this tutorial helps. If you have any questions, please ask!
My entry for is…..
A washable, reusable notebook t-shirt!
Some friends came over last weekend and I wanted to make a treat for the kids. So I rummaged through my cupboard to see what to make. I came up with these Easter Egg Treats. They turned out great and were tasty too!
- 3 Tablespoons butter
- 4 Cups mini marshmallows
- 5 1/2 Cups fruity crispy rice
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