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ReviewImage Here are the t-shirts I made for our Eurovision house party in May this year. My friends thought I bought them!
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ReviewImage I have created this print using the yellow grid transfer paper. I have simply scanned old atlas pages and printed them onto the transfer paper then printed again on top,with some sourced vintage imagery of beautiful exotic illustrations birds.
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ReviewImage I created this canvas bag using the red grid iron-on heat transfer
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ReviewImage Freehand machine embroidered on hubutoi silk using silk threads.
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ReviewImage Young people were asked to design a banner to represent each decade of the life of the local church since it was built in 1842. Their designs were printed then ironed onto white cotton backed with vilene. The full A4 paper was used then each was trimmed to shape - no finish was needed around the edge as the printing paper prevents fraying. The photo is a selection of the 17 that were used. Very easy to do and very effective -colours came out well with details well defined.
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ReviewImage Red Grid Transfer paper used to print, after designing in Photoshop, from various graphics, I wore this for my retirement day in work.
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ReviewImage Anne Lake

Please find attatched photos of bags I made to sell for Church funds, using iron on transfer paper red for the white bag and blue grid for the orange tote bag. I have made teeshirts for each of my grandchildren and two great grandchildren using transfer paper and pictures to represent their interests, I have also decorated bookk bags in a similar way. another of my fundraising ventures was making fridge magnets using your magnetic paper and my watercolour of Church( yes I painted that)
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I have always been very into craft work and have done many different ones over the years, but have never tried the transfer papers before. I recently wanted to give a birthday gift to a friend and couldn't find what I was looking for available from normal shops etc, so decided to buy a pre-made iron on transfer and a tshirt and make it myself. It turned out well and was a very successful and much loved gift.
After that my friend asked if I could make more for him as he loved it so much.
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ReviewImage This is a picture of my largest group of rescue ferrets, there are 11 of them in that group.
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ReviewImage This one has all the names of our 43 rescue ferrets within the shape.
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ReviewImage T.Shirts I have done to sell to help out with my vet bills and upkeep of our Rescue Ferrets.
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ReviewImage Heres my t-shirt using your paper. I found your paper transfers great to use and will be ordering more very soon. this was a Uni project and very pleased with the quality.
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ReviewImage I made the graphics with Photoshop brushes and used red grid paper to iron it on the bag.
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ReviewImage Anne Lake

Please find attatched photos of bags I made to sell for Church funds, using iron on transfer paper red for the white bag and blue grid for the orange tote bag. I have made teeshirts for each of my grandchildren and two great grandchildren using transfer paper and pictures to represent their interests, I have also decorated bookk bags in a similar way. another of my fundraising ventures was making fridge magnets using your magnetic paper and my watercolour of Church( yes I painted that)
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ReviewImage Hi,

I have always been very into craft work and have done many different ones over the years, but have never tried the transfer papers before. I recently wanted to give a birthday gift to a friend and couldn't find what I was looking for available from normal shops etc, so decided to buy a pre-made iron on transfer and a tshirt and make it myself. It turned out well and was a very successful and much loved gift.
After that my friend asked if I could make more for him as he loved it so much.
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Inkjet Compatible

Iron-On Heat Transfer Paper For LIGHT FABRICS

Price From: £3.49

  • Easy to use heat transfer paper for use with light coloured fabrics
  • Transfer designs onto all sorts of fabrics, even nylon
  • Yellow grid transfer paper gives a professional matt, soft, natural finish
  • Red grid transfer paper gives a high quality, flexible, semi-matt finish
  • Durable finished designs can be washed at 40°
  • Available in A4 and A3
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Size Pack Size Price Quantity
Red Grid

CPJ350C003

A4 5 £3.49 In Stock
Red Grid

CPJ360C003

A3 5 £6.75 In Stock
Yellow Grid

CPJ360C004

A3 5 £16.49 In Stock

Introducing the very latest in heat transfer technology, these papers are a million miles away from the majority of heat transfer papers on the market. Fabulously easy to use with amazing results - even on synthetic fabrics like nylon.

Iron-on heat transfer paper for light fabrics
Prepare to be amazed: the results you will achieve with this paper are unbelievable! No plastic-like finish, no awkward shine, just a subtle, semi-matt finish on images that retain an incredible level of detail. Just print using an inkjet printer, cut out and position them, protect them with silicone paper provided and iron them on. Your images will just melt into the fabric (even if it's a synthetic fabric like 100% nylon) and you would never guess that they started life as pieces of paper! And once they're there, they're there to stay: wash at 40 degrees with no fading or deterioration.

Use in conjunction with our many fabric blanks to make personalize T-shirts, aprons, cushion covers and much, much more.

What is the difference in the coloured grids

YELLOW grid for light fabrics, this has a soft natural finish, you do not have to reverse the print with this paper.

RED grid for light fabrics has a slight semi-matt finish but not shiny compared to cheaper heat transfer papers, it prints beautifully and washes well and keeps it's colour. You can use this paper using 2 methods of application, you can reverse the print or not.
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