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French Crown Burlap Feedsack Iron on Transfer Digital Download No 173 Tea Towels Pillows

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We have opened up another etsy shop just for our digital downloads. Please visit us at VintageFeedsacks for even more digital downloads.


Listing is for an 8.5 X 11 inch digital download.

This photo shows what the image will look like if you choose to transfer it onto burlap. The other photo is the actual image with a white background.

The image you will receive will not have the watermark in the background

This image will be emailed to at your PayPal email address as a jpeg file within 24 hours (usually much sooner)after payment is received.

Iron on transfer are an easy, fun and economical way to embellish. You can transfer this image (using iron on transfer paper)on:

tea towels
tote bags
feedsack towels
dish towels

*******************Iron On Transfer How To**********************

1. Iron On Transfer Paper is sold at office supply stores, large department stores and craft stores.

2. Print out the image onto the transfer paper. Just place the iron on transfer paper into your printer making sure the paper side is up. Be sure to flip the image in print setup before you print.

3. Trim the transfer paper keeping a narrow margin around the image.

4. Place the paper with the image face down on your fabric.

5. Iron with a dry iron set to the highest cotton setting. Be sure and follow the instructions that come with the transfer paper that you use. HEAT and PRESSURE are needed for a successful transfer.

6. Allow to cool 2 minutes and then begin peeling the backing paper from a corner. If the image is still stuck to the paper that means that you have not applied enough heat and pressure, just try it again.

7. Be sure and follow the instructions that come with your transfer paper.

*******************Terms of Use of this image***************

You MAY:

Print this image as many times as you wish for use in your personal items or for items that you will be selling.


Sell or redistribute this image.

Frequently asked questions about ArtisticStencils

A stencil is a piece of mylar plastic with a design or picture cut out of it. When paint is applied to the cut out portions the design is then transferred to your surface.
• Stencils make everyone an instant artist
• Anyone can stencil
• Stenciling is very inexpensive compared to using messy wallpaper
• Stenciling is an inexpensive way to redecorate
• Update a piece of clothing or furniture
• Add a personal touch and your own style to just about anything
• Add charm or whimsy to your home
• Paint
• A brush, sponge or sponge roller & pan
• Spray adhesive (we recommend Elmer’s) or blue painter’s tape
If you are using a water based paint just clean your stencil with soap and warm water.
• Craft paint
• Fabric paint
• Stencil cream
• Wall or house paint
• Acrylic paint
• Spray paint
• Chalk paint
• Etching cream for glass & mirror
• Walls, trim & cabinets
• Furniture
• Wood or cement floors
• Fabric, pillows, clothing, shower curtains, lamp shades, etc.
• Wood signs
• Paper & cardboard
• Glass & mirror
• Virtually any surface you can think of that will accept paint
TIP: Practice first. A cereal box works well.

First, adhere the stencil to your surface. Some people prefer using blue painter’s tape to secure the four sides while others prefer to use spray adhesive.


A little goes a long way. Just a mist is all you need. Always follow the instructions on the can. Spray the back of the stencil and then let it set for 2 to 3 minutes. This makes the adhesive less sticky so you can reposition the stencil if you need to. Once the stencil is placed where you want it roll a brayer or a can of peas back and forth up and down over the stencil to make sure you have good adhesion to your surface.
When applying the paint just remember less is better. You can always add more paint. Dip your brush in the paint and then remove most of the paint. If you put a big glob of paint it may bleed under the surface of the stencil. When you are finished applying the paint

REMOVE THE STENCIL IMMEDIATELY. Do not leave the stencil on your surface while the paint dries.
No worries!

If you notice the bleed under after the paint is dried just use the same color of paint as your surface and paint over it.

If the paint is still wet take a damp sponge, paper towel or QTip and wipe it away.

French Crown Burlap Feedsack Iron on Transfer Digital Download No 173 Tea Towels Pillows