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  1. ddpaints

    ddpaints Mouseketeer

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    I know on the magnet site there were some suggestions on where to get magnetic paper at a decent rate. Does anyone know where to get bulk iron on transfers at a decent rate? I know you can buy them at Walmart Michale's and Joannes but was wondering if anyone knew some place that has them in bulk maybe a bit cheaper.
    TIA for any and all replies
     
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  3. justmestace

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    Someone posted about this just the other day....glad I remembered seeing it.
    They suggested trying www.amymickey.com
     
  4. quentina

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    Her transfers are awesome....they are super thin and do not crack after washing. Only issue I had is trying to seperate the print from the iron on so I could do transfer. It is like tissue paper thin.....They look awesome on shirts, wash well...I agree with the suggestion.
     
  5. slcmom

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    I've also bought the transfer paper in bulk from Dharma Trading Co online. It's a great site, and I've been very pleased with the paper. I think the clothes to dye or print are also attractively priced.
     
  6. ddpaints

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    Thank you I'll check into that. :)
     
  7. jessrose18

    jessrose18 ADVENTURE IS OUT THERE!!

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    amy has the best transfers. They look great after many washings. For cheap thing i go to joanne or michaels with a 40% off coupon. Those transfers do crack after washing, but they are cheaper as I am also using them for my fish extender fabric so it doesnt matter as much.
     
  8. ddpaints

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    The gifts I'm making really won't be getting much washing but might get some wear depending on how often they are used so I'm not sure which way to go. I'm not going to go into detail as this is a surprise for my group.:rolleyes1
     

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