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The instructions and photos for Printing Your Own Ribbon were provided by Heather from Creative Kiddos. Many thanks for helping to enlarge our collection of FREE instructions.


photo transfer printer sheets printed with design of your choice
• grosgrain ribbon of your choice
• a hot iron

Step-by-Step Instructions

Sheets of transfer paper printed with designs appropriate for transferring onto ribbon can be bought pre-printed from various places on the internet. Or, you can simply design whatever you like scaled to fit your ribbon (1.5", 1", 3/8", etc.) and lay them out in repeating patterns. All you need is a simple graphics program and a color printer.

Cut the pre-printed sheet of transfers into strips.

Place a clean pillow case on the surface you will be using, taking care to iron out all of the wrinkles first. Cut your grosgrain ribbon to the length you desire and then lay it flat on the pillow case. Place the strip of transfer paper face down onto the ribbon. Press a hot iron along the ribbon, both side-to-side and up-and-down for about a minute in each direction.

A good transfer comes with a high iron setting and good, FIRM pressure. If the designs are not transferring well enough, try again and press harder.

If your ribbon length is longer than the strip of transfer paper you cut, simply apply another strip of the same design positioned to begin where the last strip ended. Take care to duplicate the spacing.
After you are finished with the iron, carefully peel off the transfer paper.
Here is a close-up view of some ribbon after a successful transfer.

How to print your own ribbon

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