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Our Inflatable Donuts are the sweetest party decorations! They are ideal for outdoor decor, Pool Parties or indoor celebrations. They coordinate to perfection with our Donut Plates, Donut Napkins and

Our Inflatable Donuts are the sweetest party decorations! They are ideal for outdoor decor, Pool Parties or indoor celebrations. They coordinate to perfection with our Donut Plates, Donut Napkins and

(4) I transfer the design by using one of my couching threads in the color that either matches the foundation or matches the embroidery to be superimposed.   The box ties and tassels use a reddish-orange silk so I used a red couching thread to transfer my design.  For the tiny metal fittings on the box legs, I used gold couching thread.  A design can be transferred using running stitch or a line of held thread.  I chose line of held thread in this instance because I

(4) I transfer the design by using one of my couching threads in the color that either matches the foundation or matches the embroidery to be superimposed. The box ties and tassels use a reddish-orange silk so I used a red couching thread to transfer my design. For the tiny metal fittings on the box legs, I used gold couching thread. A design can be transferred using running stitch or a line of held thread. I chose line of held thread in this instance because I

Hand Blown Glass Perfume Bottles | New Yellow Hand Blown Glass Bumble Bee Perfume Bottle

Hand Blown Glass Perfume Bottles | New Yellow Hand Blown Glass Bumble Bee Perfume Bottle

❤ =^..^= ❤     Plays With Needles | Ort Box | Designed and stitched by Canby Robertson

❤ =^..^= ❤ Plays With Needles | Ort Box | Designed and stitched by Canby Robertson

(2) Next, I set the copy setting on the lowest possible ink density. You don't want too much ink because it can flake off and get on your embroidery which wouldn't be great.   In fact, if I were working with light colors I probably wouldn't use this printer method but would instead trace it by hand to avoid this potential problem.

(2) Next, I set the copy setting on the lowest possible ink density. You don't want too much ink because it can flake off and get on your embroidery which wouldn't be great. In fact, if I were working with light colors I probably wouldn't use this printer method but would instead trace it by hand to avoid this potential problem.

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