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BellaJaneGypsy
« on: January 18, 2010 04:36:19 PM »

Hello! I'm new to craftster, though I've been crafting for a long time. I want to start a project I've never done before, and I'd really appreciate any advice you guys could give me  Smiley

I am OBSESSED with the show True Blood. I'd really like to take a mini black backpack, and iron on transfer the true blood logo. Here is the backpack I ordered from jansport, in black http://www.jansport.com/js_product_detail.php?cid=10&pid=TDH6

On the top empty space I'd like to put the true blood logo, then on the pocket space put "It Hurts So Good." My question is, is it possible to iron on transfer onto a backpack, which has a very different fabric than a t shirt? The website says its made of 600 denier polyester. And if not, is there any other method of doing this that you would recommend? Thanks!
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BellaJaneGypsy
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2010 04:29:00 PM »

Nevermind, I just did stenciling instead  Grin
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