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Make Sandpaper Iron-on T-shirt Transfers

Iron-on transfers are a great way to dress up t-shirts, especially when they’re your own original designs.  Cindy from Skip to my Lou came up with an easy way to make crayon iron-on transfers, which she shares at Alphamom.  Her secret trick?  The designs are drawn on sandpaper!  The rough surface of the sandpaper (which you can get at Dollar Tree!) grabs a thick layer of crayon wax, which you can then transfer onto a t-shirt or other fabric.  (How about a personalized library tote bag, or a fabric wall hanging?)  [how to make a sandpaper iron-on t-shirt transfer]

Project materials:

  • Sandpaper
  • Crayons
  • T-shirt
  • Iron
  • Cardboard
  • Towel
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2 Responses to Make Sandpaper Iron-on T-shirt Transfers

  1. Michelle L. says:

    This is so clever! Who woulda thunk?

  2. Wow…so much cheaper than buying that expensive iron on paper!

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