Super & Everyday Hero Blog Hop – Wonder Woman Iron On Bag

Hey friends!  Welcome to the Super & Everyday Hero Blog Hop!  Don’t miss the giveaway and the creative projects from the talented ladies at this end of this post.  BTW, like that blog hop badge?  I used Lettering Delights Superhero Graphic Set and Paper pack to make it.  I love those files!

Isn’t this Wonder Woman bag cool?  I love WW and you’re going to love how simple it is to make!

Just Print, Cut & Iron!

I found the Wonder Woman image on the Silhouette site and printed it directly onto Avery Printable Fabric for Inkjet Printers.  You print on the matte side and iron directly on to that side too.

I was going to cut the images out using the Silhouette Cameo, but I accidently flipped the image and then couldn’t get everything to line up right, so I cut it out by hand.  It was easy!

Tiny Ironing Board, Regular Sized Iron

I’m using Cotton Drawstring Muslin Bags to iron WW on.  I bought an inexpensive iron that I use just for my craft projects.  In case I accidently melt something I shouldn’t, I don’t want it sticking to the family’s clothes.  LOL!  I also bought that tiny ironing board for crafting use.  I hang it on the back of a door in my craft room.  It’s small enough to be out of the way but still be handy.  YAY to that!

I’m about to iron Wonder Woman down.  Simply iron the matte side that you printed on.  The sticky side is on the back.

Wonder Woman can take the heat, don’t worry!

My iron is on the cotton setting.

Using Joy’s Life “My Hero” Stamp Set

Yes!  You CAN stamp on cotton muslin bags.  It’s easy!  Here’s a video where I show you how!  I’m using the Joy’s Life “My Hero” stamp set on this bag.

The printed iron-on is attached, the bag is stamped and full of yummy chocolate.  Pretty and perfect for a quick gift or party!

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Now go check out what these WONDERful Women  made!

Joy: You Are Here – Welcome!
Cyndy: http://arcyscraps.blogspot.com
Dawn: http://dawnmercedes.blogspot.com
Jennifer: http://creativecricutdesigns.blogspot.com
Julie: http://muddypawsinkyfingers.blogspot.com
Kendra: http://luv2scrapnmakecards.blogspot.com
Laura: http://www.laurascraftsandmore.com
Lori: http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com
Maria: http://asimplefive.blogspot.com
Megan: http://thoughtsoftraveling.blogspot.com
Stacey H: http://staceyscreativecorner.blogspot.com

Time for a giveaway!

Leave a comment telling me who your favorite Super Hero or Everyday Hero is and you’ll be eligible for a chance to win Printable Cotton like I used so you can make your very own creation!  I’ll announce the winner on this post on June 5, 2013.  So check back!

Congratulations to the winner:

Barbara Rouse says:
MAY 25, 2013 AT 1:34 PM
What a super cool idea. I can think of several occassions where this project would be perfect. Thank you for sharing.  As for superheros – I have many of them surrounding me from a dad who served his country and came back from war with health issues to my husband who’s always my cheerleader, to a friend fighting cancer who has the best spirit and attitude you have ever seen to my oldest daughter who is a real go getter that works for what she wants to a my parents in law that foster special needs children and are beginning to adopt several of them. Everywhere I look I am surrounded by every day super heros and I am very blessed indeed.

Have a Super Day!

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36 Comments

  1. OMG—That is AWESOME!!!!!!! I {{{HEART}}}} that–Wonder Woman is soo cool! She’s my fave superhero, too!!! Always has been!

  2. (ok–that was weird!!)
    Try again! OMG—That is AWESOME!!!!!!! I {{{HEART}}}} that–Wonder Woman is soo cool! She’s my fave superhero, too!!! Always has been!

  3. wowwwwww!!! What an awesome WonderWoman bag. I did not know that you can print directly on fabric. TFS!

    My fav superhero would be Wonder Woman too! Coz she’s hot , sexy and wonderfully strong!

  4. Scrappy Scrappy, I just love how easy it is to print directly on this fabric! It didn’t take long at all. YAY!
    ~Joy~

  5. I love printable fabric, because I L-O-V-E to sew. It is my ‘first love’ (craftwise). My super hero is Mighty Mouse. I grew up watching him and love to sing his theme song (which my daughter utterly hates to hear). I have two (2)…yes 2… small ironing boards that I purchased at thrift stores for a couple of dollars. One is about the size of yours. The other is about 1/3 the size of that one. Love the bag you made. I’d love to be a winner of this giveaway. I’ve been wanting to start a family tree…print off the pictures of members of my family and then applique them to a larger piece of material for a wall hanging.

    Congrats to whoever wins…but I hope it’s me.

    Now on to the rest of the blog hop.

  6. that is SO cool Joy and such a fun idea!!!
    I’ve never used the printable fabric…but I’ll be looking for it next time I go shopping! thanks for the inspiration!

  7. I love this idea, Joy! I just figured out the print & cut feature on my Silhouette last weekend — from your tutorial (thanks!). I may have to get some of this iron on fabric. It looks fun. Take care of yourself! We need our leader!

  8. Wow, I love your project! How fun!! Love the printable fabric, what a fun idea! Will have to keep this in mind for the future! Thanks! Your bag turned out perfect!!

  9. What a SUPER project Joy!!! So cute!!! These would make awesome party favors! I am pretty lucky, I have 2 amazing everyday heroes in my home, my military hubby and my firefighter son. They are most definitely my favorite heroes 🙂

    Crafty Hugs,
    Stacey

  10. Awesome project Joy! I want to try that fabric! You always show such good step by step instructions! Off to check out the whole hop!
    Hugs
    Deb C
    Bugjuiced

  11. Hey! Thanks for the “buy a cheap iron to ruin instead of the one you have to iron the boys’ white shirts on!” tip! Love it!! And so will all the awesome women who get these candy filled bags!

  12. Joy, you are always finding things that I had never seen before! Printable cotton….must try! I love how you put WW on a bag and used your stamp. Clever and a cool treat to both give or receive! 🙂

  13. Oh, this is so fun Joy!! LOVE IT!!

    And I have to say, any woman who actually irons her family’s clothes, is a HERO to me!! LOL!!! I think the last time I took out the iron was for ironing my daughter’s Perler beads project! LOL!! And I guess I should have a separate iron for that, eh??

    Have a fabulous weekend!
    xoxo
    Lori

  14. Wow Joy this is so awesome! I didn’t even know you could do that!! Great Project!

  15. What a super cool idea. I can think of several occassions where this project would be perfect. Thank you for sharing.

    As for superheros – I have many of them surrounding me from a dad who served his country and came back from war with health issues to my husband who’s always my cheerleader, to a friend fighting cancer who has the best spirit and attitude you have ever seen to my oldest daughter who is a real go getter that works for what she wants to a my parents in law that foster special needs children and are beginning to adopt several of them. Everywhere I look I am surrounded by every day super heros and I am very blessed indeed.

  16. Super cute project! What a neat idea, love it!!!! Makes me want to go and make some iron ons hehe… and btw, the new Funday Friday challenge started this week over on my blog. I hope you can come and play along with this week’s sketch! Stop on by!

    Hugs,
    Jo
    Jo’s Scrap Shack

  17. Joy, you always have such cute and easy ideas!! My everyday Hero is my mother. She was a very tough, strong, smart woman. She always had the answers to my questions and the right advice at the right time!

  18. Joy! What a great project, I work at a school and that’s a great idea for a lunch bag….I think I was truly in love with Superman, but my daughter did like Wonder Woman. I’m excited to see the other projects! So now I shall move on.

    Liz Seubert
    17eroses@gmail.com

  19. Just finished the “hop” Joy it is a true joy to see all the talent on your team! These ladies are so creative and I would like to thank you for giving them the opportunity to share their great talent with all of us!!

    Liz Seubert
    17eroses@gmail.com

  20. Love it…I especially love the crafty idea’s you come up with. I have a silhouette, and upgraded, so I can now download the svg files. I follow your instructions, they are great.
    I love Superman…he’s from Cleveland, Ohio, and they are filming here now for a different movie.
    Love your blog.
    thanks again.

  21. Do you still this file? I have looked all over the Silhouette library and cannot find it. Any suggestions? Perhaps it was licensing issue. Thank you!

    1. Hi Pat,
      I looked for it too and can’t find it! I bet you’re right about the licensing. Maybe they just had it for a certain amount of time. When it was on there it was listed under DC Comics. I hope they bring it back!

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