1. Paper Napkins
Leave the napkin folded once to create an adequate thickness to run through the printer. Get the directions here.
2. Clear Labels Using a Laser Printer
Get the full tutorial and supply list here.
4. Wood Signs
The ink from the printed paper is rubbed into the wood. Get the directions here.
5. Used Dryer Sheets
Used dryer sheets can be run through an inkjet printer. They make a wonderfully soft and textured paper.
7. Paper Bags
The possibilities are endless: customized lunch bags, party favor bags, popcorn bags for movie night. Get more information here.
9. Wax Paper Transfer
Print a design on wax paper and rub it onto the surface of your choice. Get the directions here.
10. Permanent Decals with Waterslide Decal Paper
Get the full tutorial here.
11. Freezer Paper Transfer to Wood
Get the directions here.
12. Shrinky Dinks for Inkjet Printers
With shrinky dink paper, you can actually make some pretty grown-up craft projects.
14. Vellum Sheets
Here’s a gorgeous example of photorealistic butterflies printed on vellum sheets to make a gorgeous display.
You can also use vellum paper to make hazy photographic overlays.
15. Frisket Paper Stencils
16. Vellum and Acetate Printed Luminaries
Get the directions here on how to make these printed luminaries.
17. Fabric Transfers Using Citrasolv
Apparently, you can transfer black-and-white printed images to fabric with Citrasolv. Get the tutorial here.
18. Paint Chips
This brilliant blogger created mailable postcards by printing on paint chips.
19. Tissue Paper Photo Canvases
The tissue paper allows you to mod podge a photo onto canvas for a seamless look. Get the directions here.
20. Mulberry Paper for a Distressed, Vintage Look
If you’re obsessed with Lomo light leaks and dreamy Instagram photo filters, then Mulberry paper is a beautiful way to display your photos. Get the directions here.
21. Temporary Tattoos
Temporary tattoo paper will change your life. Buy it here.
22. Fabric Printing with Freezer Paper
Get this tutorial here.