DIY | Welcome Bags

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  • Race for the Cure is just a couple of weeks away and I’m busy preparing by making t-shirts for the entire family. I love simple projects with big impact. For just $7 + the cost of t-shirts, I’m able to create one for Chris, Adalyn, myself and my sister and her family.
    Doing this of course inspired me to use transfers to create welcome bags for a current wedding. I like to package welcome gifts in something durable, but inexpensive and easy to travel with or acceptable to discard. Canvas bags are reasonable and can be purchased in bulk.
    First, iron the bag.
    Design your transfer and print according to instructions for your printer. ¬†Most have a “mirror image” option.

    Using the highest heat setting without steam, firmly iron the transfer on {image should face down}. Let cool and remove.

    Just think of all the things you can do…create custom/monogrammed napkins, a personalized table runner or unique kitchen towels!¬†
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