It really was super easy to make these fabric sheets. I rough cut some freezer paper to slightly larger than 8x11. I pressed part of my white cotton sheet and placed the freezer paper on top and pressed the freezer paper, wax side down, over several sections to cover all of it. When it was cool I cut the paper to 8x11 using a regular piece of printer paper as the template.
|This beautiful little girl is from a Russian postcard.|
After printing my image to the fabric I peeled the paper from the back and heat set the fabric. Just press for several seconds, changing the position of the iron as needed to cover the entire image. Do not move the iron!! You don't want to accidentally smudge the image.
|I am such a sucker for these vintage images.|
|This cute little war era baby is happy because he has plenty of food.|
|I love this black and white soap ad from a turn of the century Cosmopolitan magazine.|
|This old Italian couple is so sweet! I hope to be this in love when I am old and gray too. <3|
|My whole lot of them.|
Be aware! When you start you won't be able to stop. The possibilities are unlimited. And, well, I'm sure you know how quickly the ink runs out of the printer when you get crazy like this.