A fabulous archive of wearable art, this collection features more than 40 cool and witty images that will add a fashionable flair to clothes and other fabric items. Suitable for embellishing jackets, corsets, handbags, pillows, and other cloth surfaces, the easy-to-apply transfers feature stylized ro... read more
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A fabulous archive of wearable art, this collection features more than 40 cool and witty images that will add a fashionable flair to clothes and other fabric items. Suitable for embellishing jackets, corsets, handbags, pillows, and other cloth surfaces, the easy-to-apply transfers feature stylized robots, blimps, clock faces, and a host of other mash-up motifs.
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