Sunday, January 15, 2012

you are loved

It works!  You really can print on fabric with a regular printer.  You just need to iron a piece of fabric to a piece of freezer paper.  There are lots of tutorials for doing it.  I used this one: Instructables - Inkjet Printing on Fabric .

I used clipart from KPM Doodles and added the words.   My January Giveaway is digital clipart (two sets of your choice) from KPM Doodles.  I will also send the winner the two pieces of fabric printed and ready to make this tiny little pillow (not sewn or stuffed).

First of all, here is the document if you want to print one for yourself.
You are Loved printable.  (The page view will be portrait, my example was landscape).
This printable is only for personal use.  If you want to share it, please link to this post.

The fabric I printed on was $3.99 /yard at IKEA.
Since this is purely a decorative pillow, I did not take any extra steps to make the dye set.  THIS PILLOW IS NOT INTENDED TO BE WASHED.

Here are two chances for you to enter this giveaway:

(1) Follow this blog ( and leave a comment on this post.

(2) In addition to following my blog, go to KPM Doodles, choose your two favorite clipart designs, and write a comment here telling us which are your favorites.

I will use a random number generator to choose a winner from the comment entries on January 23, 2012.  Please be sure to include your email address in the form when you comment so that I can contact the winner.

Good Luck!.


Linking to:
Scrappy Gifts
The Tattered Tag k.i.s.s.
The Charm of Home - Home Sweet Home

At the Picket Fence - Inspiration Friday
Making Lemonade - Refresh Your Nest Friday
House in Roses - Show off your cottage Monday
Rockin-Valentine Link Party
Uncommon Designs
Homemaker on a Dime
My uncommon slice of suburbia- Tuesdays treasures
At home with k - terrific under ten Tuesday
I heart naptime - Sunday Scoop
A Bowl Full of Lemons Free Printables
Chic on a Shoestring - Flaunt it Friday
Debbiedoos Newbie Party
The Brassy Apple Make it Monday
Too Much Time on My Hands - Get Schooled Saturday
Keeping it Simple - Motivate Me Monday
DIY Showoff



  1. Very sweet! Great graphic - I really like scribble-looking stuff. I love printing on fabric - though last week a small spring came out hanging off one of my fabric sheets - oops! Printer still seems to be working, though!

  2. The the job you did with this pillow! So creative! Thanks for sharing this!

  3. This is so cute! I'd use this pillow all year! Thank you for sharing! I'm your newest fan. Please stop by if you get a chance.

  4. Adorable! I love little pillows like this. What an awesome gift it would make.

  5. Super cute! I want to try this idea now. I am following your blog! Please check out mine if you get a minute!

  6. I follow.

  7. i like the snowmen and bright heart attack prints. How fun and creative.

  8. I had no idea you could print on fabric with freezer paper! Thanks for linking your idea up to my Valentine Link Party! I appreciate you taking the time to do that!

  9. I LOVE this idea! I've been dreaming about a Silhouette Cameo and had no idea I could print on fabric using my own printer! I am a new follower.

    Michelle from Teagan's Travels

  10. I love allll doodle type cliparts. Very hard to pick just two hehe They are all great. I like the Valentine Sweets and the Love Shack.

    The pillow is really really sweet!

  11. I featured your pillow today! Thanks again for linking up!

  12. Beautiful! Thanks for linking up to Scrappy 2nd Saturdays in January.

  13. Omg, I did not know this. Can't wait to try:)

  14. Thank you for a great explanation. I was looking online for a similar idea and really appreciate it

  15. This is decent designs. change work. The job you did with this pillow

  16. take a picture while in our car. It was not fun to hear the moans and groans from my hubby and children as they complained about me always making Dad stop the car to take pictures :) vinyl fence panels

  17. I have seen your heart pillow this is really amazing for those all lover because they like it and it's very beautiful..

  18. Bernina Artlink 8 is another basic free online embroidery digitizing editing software with similar capabilities to the other free embroidery programs on this list. ... You can combine embroidery designs, change thread colors, convert designs from one file format to another, and simulate a stitch out of the design.


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