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The picture says a lot but for more explanation, here's a link :
http://mpbymaude.blogspot.ca/2012/07/homemade-label-tutorial.html

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    Sep 11, 2012, 10.56 PMby Max Hernandez

    I saw your tutorial on the link you provided , however i don’t know what you mean by “tracing paper” , are u talking about the regular paper you use to draw? or a special adhesive type. Anyway , this sounds like a great idea, and i will definitely give it a try :)

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      Sep 13, 2012, 01.13 PMby Mauude

      On the sheets that I bought , it’s writing : t-shirt transfers for light fabric. It’s not a regular paper, but on that can be transfered on a t-shirt ! When you buy it, just ask a saleperson, maybe he will know !!

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    Aug 10, 2012, 03.37 PMby Innamc

    hello Maude, i looked your blog and seen red dress with your own label – did you make it by your tutorial? How did you get right inclination for letters and letters so bright? I followed your tutorial but nothing close to your sample :-( Thank you Inna

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      Aug 10, 2012, 04.38 PMby Mauude

      Hi!
      I think it was not a dress but a little red wallet! Yes, I made it by my tutorial. To get a right inclination for letters, you just have to cut the paper in a good inclination. If you use my tutorail on your clothes directly, the colors won’t be supper bright. Use a white ribbon, it can help! Also, when you print your paper, don’t use dark colors, use bright colors like blue, or red, or purple! I hope it can help you! If you ever have any other questions, feel free to ask me :)

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