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So Chris and I decided that today was a good day to do some iron on transfers for our OOt bags... Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeell that didnt go so well.... Click the image to open in full size.

So now we haev 49bags, and 49 iron on transfers, and I'm not really sure where to go from here.... This is what our bags look like:

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Do you guys think that buying some canvas and sewing on pockets to do the transfers would work? Or do you think that would look stupid!? Any other ideas?!

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Originally Posted by Sarah View Post
What about just printing your logo on a fairly large sized piece of cardstock and hanging it from the straps? You could put a message on the back too.
I think Sarah makes a good point. How about creating luggage tags to label the bags instead? Then our guests can use them on their luggage when they head home.smile35.gif
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If the test bag is still in tact enough to try it at a lower setting, I'd say give it a go. But if the bags are a non-natural fiber, you may not be able to get the iron hot enough to melt the transfer and not melt the bag.

 

I know that there are also some low-temp transfers available at Michaels and elsewhere, so you might check there, too.

 

Otherwise, the hang tag/luggage tag is a great idea.

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