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Take a pause from your hectic, technology driven lives this month and celebrate National Craft Month with Rowenta, the leading manufacturer in high-quality garment care, by engaging in hands on craft projects the whole family can enjoy and learn from.

Below, we decided to feature a project from Rowenta’s resident DIY Expert, Jenni Radosevich, which can be done as a family using one of Rowenta’s many steam irons.

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What you need:

·         Tees

·         Iron-on Transfer

·         Rowenta Eco Intelligence Iron

What to do: 

·         Cut out your transfer

·         Place on your T, face down (flipped from the way shown)

·         Iron for 1-2 min evenly, then let cool for 30 seconds

·         Pull off paper backing slowly to reveal the design.

About DIY expert, Jenni:

Growing up in Wisconsin, Jenni Radosevich was always creating her own style. If she saw something in a magazine that she couldn’t find in her local department store, she would make it herself. Now living in New York, her affinity to “find fashion you love, and do-it-yourself” has manifested itself into a monthly DIY column for InStyle magazine and a blog: ISpyDIY.com. She recently released her first book, I Spy DIY Style, will includes 30 new projects inspired by celebrities, runway and vintage looks, with tips and ideas from designers, DIY bloggers, and fashion insiders.

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