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There is something special about felt pieces that brings me back to my childhood. I have fond memories of the felt pieces my preschool teacher would bring out to compliment special stories and rhymes. I have no doubt that she spent many hours in her spare time creating these special treasures by hand.
Thankfully technology has made it easier than ever for you to create your own felt story pieces. and felt play food.
For this tutorial we are going to use T-Shirt Transfer paper to print onto felt. When purchasing your transfer paper be sure to buy the kind that is compatible with your printer. I have an ink-jet printer, but there are special transfers designed for laser printers as well.
For this demo I am using T-Shirt Transfers designed for light fabrics. If you are using dark fabrics, or printing images containing words, you may want to consider using T-Shirt Transfers for dark fabrics. The dark fabric transfers are opaque and don't require you to "flip" images containing text.
I'm so excited to walk through how to assemble my Circle Time Binder with you. I'm a visual learner, so I created this post to help my customers assemble their binder. I'll walk you through page by page! If you haven't purchased it yet, you may want to check out this post on how to use the circle time binder with your program!
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