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www.reference.com/article/paper-print-photos-e740a81f7e2b2193

While any paper can be used for photo printing, glossy varieties tend to be the best. The right paper for printing photos depends on the type of printer and printer ink, as well as the brand.

www.reference.com/article/print-photos-wood-c568742bf4bddcc7

Print photos on wood by printing out a picture onto a sheet of wax paper, placing the picture printed side down on a piece of wood, and smoothing a piece of hard plastic over the wax paper until the image is transferred to the wood. Alternatively, use photo transfer sol...

www.reference.com/article/companies-print-photos-24878046f282ac67

York Photo and Snapfish offer a specific number of free printed photos after signing up on their respective websites. PhotoAffections offers limited free photo printing through its FreePrints smartphone application.

www.reference.com/article/can-print-enlarged-photos-7398306fe1cd0d02

Photo enlargements are available from local and online printing shops. CVS, Walmart and other local drugstores offer online and in-store photo enlarging services. Online photo print shops, such as Shutterfly and Snapfish, also offer enlarged photos.

www.reference.com/article/transfer-photo-onto-fabric-material-a786504e20d79834

To transfer a picture onto a piece of fabric, print the photograph on a sheet of iron-on transfer paper and then iron it onto the fabric. Clear pictures with bright colors print better than photographs with dark subjects or backgrounds. All a person needs for this proje...

www.reference.com/article/types-vintage-print-fabric-16c0c1cd2b0f93c3

Vintage print fabrics harken back to earlier days and include simple block prints from the 1780s, miniature floral designs from the 1820s, Post-Civil War stripes and paisleys, early 1900s pastoral scenes and Depression Era pastels. As technology changed, an increasing v...

www.reference.com/article/fabrics-64d79ac1d9f2da4f

A fabric is a material made of artificial or natural fibers woven together. The characteristics of fabrics depend on the fibers used and what treatment is applied to them. Treatments may include dyes, starching and formaldehyde finishes.