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How to Make Iron On Glitter Lettering

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Make your clothes stand out! Learn how to make iron on lettering - all you have to do is what this home craft tutorial from Tiffany Windsor. Use glittery transfer sheets to create words, phrases and messages that will have everyone talking.

Use your own t-shirt or fabric to save money. This is a great way to update your wardrobe without hitting the mall. This is also a great way to decorate children's clothing and any other wearable. This project is quick, easy and fun. Plus, you don't have to be a craft expert to enjoy this project! Wear your message on your sleeve (literally) with this fantastic craft tutorial.

 

 

For a step-by-step photo tutorial, check out Glittery Iron On Letters.

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