Make a Farmhouse Pillow Using Photo Transfer Medium on Fabric

3 Materials
$10
30 Minutes
Easy

Making a farmhouse pillow is easy when you use photo transfer medium! Add some farmhouse style to your home with these easy steps!
Mirror your image and print it out using a laser printer (or get it printed at a local print shop.) Trim away the excess paper. Want your own copy of this image. Download a copy on my blog. The normal version is available, as well as the mirrored image.
Apply a generous amount of photo transfer medium to both the image and the fabric.
Place the paper on the fabric, image side down. Rub it to make sure that the paper adheres well. Remove any excess glue with a wet wash cloth.

Let dry for 24 hours.
Use a wet wash cloth to remove the paper. Use more water than you think and less force to avoid removing the design.
When you have removed all the paper, let the fabric dry. I sewed mine into a pillow.

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