How to Print on Fabric | DIY Fabric Labels

Over the summer, I shared my DIY for how to print on fabric.  The method hasn’t changed, but I thought it was too pretty not to share.
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For an authentic Fall look, I dyed my fabric {buckram} by placing it in a baking dish and soaking it in a cup of tea for a half hour.  I then removed it and allowed it to dry.
how to print on fabric
Using a spray adhesive, I glued the fabric to a piece of card stock…anything that traditionally runs through your printer.  Allow to dry for a minute or two.
Using a paper cutter, cut the fabric/card stock so that they are a perfect fit for one another.  Insert your “paper” so that the image will print on the fabric side.
how to print on fabric
Remove, allow to dry for a minute and cut to desired size.
how to print on fabric
Remove fabric from card stock.
how to print on fabric
I wanted to fray the edges a little.  To quickly achieve this look, just pull one thread at a time with a pair of tweezers.

how to print on fabric

how to print on fabric
Using your spray adhesive, adhere to your object.  While there are a lot of steps to this project, it truly only takes 10-15 minutes!
how to print on fabric
This pretty little label will spice up my signature cocktail presentation for Thanksgiving!
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Julie Blanner is the voice behind Coordinately Yours, a stylish lifestyle blog filled with do-it-yourself inspiration for effortless entertaining, home design and thoughtful gift-giving.

4 Comments

  • Reply November 19, 2012

    Lucile

    Gorgeous!

  • Reply February 17, 2013

    Manon

    I like

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