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Inspired by Portlandia, when I found this dull, drap apron at the Japanese dollar store, I knew I just had to spruce it up. And what better way ...
For this project, you need: 1 boring apron (or bag, or pillow, or shirt, etc) Fabric Paper-backed fusible web (like Wonder Under) Iron Bird silhouette I happen to ...
I did an image search for "bird silhouette" and found one I liked the best. I then took that into a photo editing program and cleaned up the ...
Iron the fusible web to the wrong side of the fabric you're using for the bird design. I kept the paper on the back while cutting, but I ...
Using the Sillhouette or laser cutter, send your file to the printer. Choose the proper settings for the material you're using. Since I was using a medium weight ...
Now you have a perfect iron-on bird to put on anything. Make sure your apron (etc) is clean and ironed. Peel the paper backing off of your bird ...
You just put a bird on it! Everyone who mocked your concept in the beginning is now crying that they don't have their own rad bird apron. But you're ...
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