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These days printing is only limited by your imagination. Head down to a stationery store and get inspired by all of the papers and objects that you can print on. Canon printers can use almost any brand paper, so we had some fun with some new ideas.
Cushion designs with Transfer Paper
First we printed some favourite photos onto transfer paper, using our Pixma printer, and ironed them onto some simple blank cushion covers for an instant update.
Here are our step-by-step instructions to print:
Labels don’t need to be boring…
This is a simple but impactful idea to be practical but with some fun at home.
Storage can be tricky especially if you have lots of shoes!
Using a Selphy printer we created labels for shoe storage — it’s now easy to identify what’s in the boxes, especially when they all look the same. Simply snap a (great) photo of each pair of shoes and print them out and attach them to each box. You can also use this idea for office storage like the box below, and odd bits around the house.
Styling and words by Jason Grant
Photography by Jacqui Turk
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