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Topic: Stencil over an Iron-On? Also: Cursive?  (Read 1094 times)
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« on: November 08, 2004 05:08:22 AM »

Hi all!  Question:

Is it possible to (successfully) stencil something on an iron-on transfer?  It seems like it'd get all scratchy and messy.  (I'm trying to come up with alternative ideas for when the wise ones in the iron-on thread tell me I shouldn't put iron-on letters over an iron-on transfer...)

Also, is there any way to make a stencil using cursive writing?  I'd imagine that all of the letters would simply be filled in, instead of having the circle in the vowels, etc.  Suggestions?

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« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2004 01:35:09 PM »

I'd stencil over a transfer.. I think it would turn out fine!

As for cursive, uhh, just make islands where the loops would be, and fill in the lines afterwards Smiley

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