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We printed clip art onto heat-transfer paper and ironed the designs onto fabric for these clutches. When embellished with faux lace, plain cotton-canvas clutches become great bridesmaids gifts.
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An organdy corsage looks beautiful with an added lace flower that was printed on heat-transfer paper and then ironed on to fabric.
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Lace Floral Shoe Clips
Make shoe clips with the same heat-transfer-on-fabric method as in the previous slide.
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Flower Girl Lace Petticoat
Lace details on the flower girl's petticoat can also be made by printing on heat-transfer paper and ironing onto the petticoat fabric.
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Bridesmaid Beach Sarong
Tell your friends to pack their bikinis but that you'll provide the sarongs. Find our wave and leaf designs at Spoonflower, a custom cloth maker (spoonflower.com), and order two yards per pal. Then bundle each with twine and a cheery tag.
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Flower girls are pretty adorable as they are, but we've found a way to pile on even more cuteness: Instead of having them scatter blossoms as they amble down the aisle, have them be the blossoms by carrying these petal-topped rice-paper umbrellas! Added bonus? After the ceremony, they can tote the pretty parasols home as favors.
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Ring Bearer Shirt Elbow Patches
Spruce up tiny shirts with colorful elbow patches cut from the fabric of your choice. (For a matching tie, send some of the material off to Tie Crafters.) Then adhere the patch to the elbow of the shirt with fusible webbing.
We dressed these young men in chambray shirts from American Apparel.
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Turn our designs into fabric by printing them onto iron-on transfer paper or sending them away to be made into cloth. All you need for these shoe clips is a little creativity. Iron transfers onto cotton organdy, cut out, stack, and sew through the center. Fluff to create dimension.
Iron-on transfer paper, epson.com.
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Ranunculus Flower Girl Apron
Fashion an apron full of posies out of custom-printed fabric and a simple white ribbon. To add to an already adorable cardigan, construct simple cloth-covered buttons. Your flower girl will want to wear it again and again.
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Floral Bow Tie and Cufflinks for the Groomsmen
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To mark your special occasion with your wedding bands, print our calendar clip art onto a cushion cover, fill with batting, and stitch your bands to the date.
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Who says it has to be stuffed to be a pillow? To make a 2-D pillow, download our trompe l'oeil template and print it on a sheet of heavy card stock.
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How not to be a bridezilla? Pick something your bridesmaids really can wear again, then list the details on a handy card. Download our template, type in contact info, and print onto card stock. Write in other details, and add fabric swatches and images. Use a rotary cutter with a perforating blade to create a tear-off card that can be tucked into a wallet for easy reference.
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Outdoor weddings are especially beautiful, but they can also be uncomfortably steamy. To keep your guests from overheating, pass out handmade fans -- trust us, they'll be grateful. Ours features a floral motif on one side and a quote from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" on the other: "My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep."
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