14 Awesome DIY Ways to Make the Most of Your Printer

Even if you don’t have a 3-D printer, there’s so much more to get out of the simple one you have gathering dust on your desk.

Temporary Tattoos

Temporary Tattoos

Get these here.

Used Dryer Sheets

Used Dryer Sheets

Now you know – they can actually run through the printer.

Making Paper Napkins

Paper Napkins

Folding it once makes the napkin thick enough to go through the printer. Get the directions here.

Paper Bags

Paper Bags

Get the directions here.

Fabric Transfers with Shipping Labels

Fabric Transfers with Shipping Labels

Get the directions here.

Label Maker

Creating Lables

Get the directions here.

Vellum Sheets

Vellum Sheets

Here’s a how-to for this butterfly example.

Nail Decals

Nail Decals

Get the directions here.

Frisket Paper Stencils

Frisket Paper Stencils

Get the full tutorial here.

Wood Signs

Wood signs

This is achieved by rubbing the ink from the printer paper on the wood. Get the directions here.

Fabric Transfers Using Citrasolv

Fabric Transfers Using Citrasolv

Get the tutorial here.

Permanent Decals with Waterslide Decal Paper

Permanent Decals with Waterslide Decal Paper

Paint Chips

Paint Chips

Here’s the how-to from this creative blogger.

Printed Burlap

Printed Burlap

Get the directions here.

For a bit more of printer coolness, check out the 3-D printer that prints 3-D printers.

(Via: Peggy Wang)

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