Make Your Own Rub-On Dry Transfer Letters


Gail of the blog Can't Stop Making Things has shared her method for creating customized rub-on letters using an inkjet printer, overhead transparency film, and a few other tools.

She walks through the process and gives tips on how to correct any mistakes. She even supplies a downloadable type sample, although I think it would be much more fun to create your own.

Read the blog post here.

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