I knew I wanted to print a E for our last name initial for the bucket. I hated to waste a sheet size of heatbond and even a sheet size of fabric just for such a small thing. This is what I did. First I cut a piece of my drop cloth material. I did not measure and I did not even cut a full printer size sheet. Just random like me ;-)
Then I took a regular piece of printer paper. I even used one I had wrote on to recycle it. The I took a regular glue stick and I put glue just around the border of the fabric and glued it to my paper.
|Fabric face down in printer tray|
Then I just hit print and DA DA! Magic
So as you can see you can literally use stuff you have around the house to print onto fabric. You do not need any fancy tools just a piece of printer paper, a printer, fabric scrap and a glue stick!