Don't you love creations that are super easy, look like a million bucks, and are created in a flash? Karen also includes a link to another detailed tut detailing how to prepare the fabric for printing in your printer.
If you don't have the label paper mentioned in that tut, freezer paper (found in the wax paper section of the grocery store) is an excellent substitute. Place the fabric, wrong side up, on the ironing board; cover with a larger piece of freezer paper (shiny side down on the fabric). Using a med-hot iron, press the paper to the fabric and allow to cool. Remove the fabric/paper from the board and cut the fabric to the needed size; it's very important that no strings or ravels extend beyond the edges of the fabric. After printing, remove the freezer paper from the fabric.
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