Transfer Methods & Cute Little Pillows

I made the cutest little pillows thanks

This one was transferred with the Citrasolv method.
And in case you don't know, painters drop cloth comes in different weights. Not all painter's cloth is the same! 
Originally I bought one from Home Depot, the fabric was great, loved it, but it was very rough. I got another one from Lowes, it was much softer, the same weight, but the fabric was softer and easier to work with.
These pillows were printed in my printer believe it or not. I stuck the fabric to sticker paper, trimmed it to the size of the 8x10" size,  ran it through the printer (with my fingers crossed), and it actually worked....very well too I might add!
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If you would like step by step printer directions for this technique please visit Gail at My Repurposed Life for a great tutorial!
Now wait, how about color!
And this one is my favorite!
Notice the little tags I made that say "Paris... they were made from a rubber stamp and Stayzon ink pad.
This one I wrote out freehand with a fabric marker.
And this one I bought... I couldn't resist, it was so cute!
And last but not least is a mini pin cushion pillow.
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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .