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  1. #1
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    Iron on letters & Transfers

    As seen in ReadyMade, NYLON, MASS APPEAL and the next issue of Budget Living!
    Unique, soft felt-like iron on letters and transfers in various colours and styles.
    Got an iron? Just press and play.
    Check us out!
    http://dutchtradeshop.com

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    am I a tightwad or does $10 seem steep for a sheet of felty iron-on letters??

    Is there something more unique that I'm missing?

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    I bought some of these and put them on a shirt per the directions and after two washes (inside out! on cold!) they all fell off. Not worth it, even though the Old English was soooo cool!

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    That's too bad, Kickarse, but good to know. I just looked at the site, and the designs indeed look cool (even though that first post is totally spam). I wonder if there are similar letter sets available at craft stores, or the same material that we could cut our own designs out of.

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    saw some on ebay for a little cheaper

    It's not much cheaper, but I've seen supercrafty.com on ebay. They look like the same brand of stuff.

    I've also had really good luck downloading alphabets (from hp, I think?) onto iron-on transfer paper and cutting them out and ironing them on. Not fuzzy, but still cute.

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    My cousin does D&D, and the gamers went to a t-shirt shop to get him a velvet lettered shirt. It seems to have held up well. He's a guy, so I doubt he did any special things when washing it, but all the letters have stayed on for a few years. Granted, he doesn't wear it on a daily basis, but is has seen a fair amount of use.

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    you guys walmart sells irons for $.98 they have letters and numbes i thought i tell you guys !


 

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