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Using Kreinik Iron On Threads

Using Kreinik Iron On Threads
Using Kreinik Iron-On Threads

Kreinik Iron-On threads make it easy to add sparkle to scrapbooks, cards, altered books, paper-crafts, collage, and more. Create outlines, swirls, borders, bows, webs, and words without the mess of glue.

Here's how!

READY with an idea...


• Use guidelines made with a pencil, fine marker, or disappearing ink pen
• Draw or write freehand
• Generate words and images on a computer
• Embellish pre-printed papers, rubber stamped images, die cuts, stickers and more



SET with supplies...
  • Kreinik Iron-On Threads in colors to match your project
  • Smooth heatproof surface like ironing board or fabric covered cardboard
  • Mini-iron or household iron
  • press cloth-needed to protect ground work and prevent thread from sticking to iron.
  • Card stock, paper, fabric or other surface to decorate



GO!
  • Place the thread & cover with press cloth
  • Press with iron, working one section at a time
  • When finished, clip the thread
Finished Project. Perfect!  Instructions written by both Kreinik staff and designer Judi Kaufman
SKU SKU17519
 
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