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Bearalive Bearalive
S.California
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Hi
The Iron -On paper is good but, the fabric you can print in the computer is easier. After printing I just cut and then to avoid any possible fraying, I use any water base sealer, watered down, in the entire back of the labels and ..done!
Hope it helps.
Bear hugs and Golly smiles bear_flower .
Gladys

Geralye Belper, Derbyshire
Posts: 110

You could try:

http://www.craftycomputerpaper.co.uk/pr … ootCatID=4

Just tile your design on the computer, then print a sheet and cut out.

They do washable and non-washable fabrics to print on.

cheers,
G

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