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Topic: amazing...my first time using freezer paper and I love it! [TUTORIAL ADDED!!!]  (Read 96600 times)
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« Reply #100 on: July 10, 2008 03:41:26 PM »

Two questions:

1) are people really running freezer paper through their printers?  Doesn't the wax melt off and gum up the printer?

2) I assume fabric paint would work okay for this.... since we're stenciling on, you know, fabric.  Right?
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1. That's why you're only supposed to do it in inkjet printers, because they don't have to heat the paper to set the ink, unlike a LaserJet printer which has to be heat set, which would melt the wax and gum up the printer. Smiley

2. The cool thing about the textile medium is that you then have all the colors of the acrylic paints available to you. And I've also heard that it makes the paint softer, but I don't have that much experience, so I can't say. Tongue
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« Reply #101 on: July 10, 2008 05:16:04 PM »

Got it - thanks Joandirk!

(glad I asked, since my printer is a laser!  yikes!)
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« Reply #102 on: July 15, 2008 08:46:40 AM »

Sounds like it's worth a try - I've never done that wax paper technique, but could be a fun project to get one of the cartoons on a t-shirt Tongue
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« Reply #103 on: January 23, 2009 04:26:13 PM »

sweet!
i looked up this tut so i could make a sweatshirt this weekend.
thanks!
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how do you heat set something?

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« Reply #104 on: January 26, 2009 04:58:48 PM »

sweet!
i looked up this tut so i could make a sweatshirt this weekend.
thanks!
 Smiley

how do you heat set something?



Just use your iron on its highest setting, no steam, and press it for a couple minutes. I always move the iron around so that I won't burn the shirt.
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« Reply #105 on: January 26, 2009 06:17:34 PM »

ok thanks!
thats what i was assuming but i didn't want to mess up my shirt Smiley
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