Basically, you press all wrinkles out of your burlap, cut it to 8 1/2 x 11. Cut a piece of freezer paper. Iron the freezer paper onto the burlap with the wax side facing down. Do not use steam. Then cut the freezer paper to fit. Make sure all edges and corners are sealed. You are now ready to put your burlap through the printer.
So, are you ready to print on burlap? Head over to Maryann's video for instructions, I know I will.
Or you can do as I did this time around. I used pre-prepared burlap sheets.
Instructions: Open pack. Pull out a sheet. Place it in your printer and print. How easy is that!?
But first, test your chosen graphic on paper.
I chose to make my own design using PicMonkey. Once I was satisfied with it, I printed on the burlap. The hardest part of this project was choosing a font.