1 - Find images on the Internet and print Images on Craft Attitude in reverse/mirror image
2 - Trim the images, leaving some extra space around them. Then cut a piece of fusible web that is slightly bigger than the image. That way, every part of the image will have fusible web on it. Place the fuzzy side of the fusible web against the ink side of the Craft Attitude film. Sandwich the Craft Attitude and fusible web between some press cloth, and iron the two together, following the directions of the fusible web. Hint: I actually iron on a wooden cutting board rather than an ironing board because I get a firmer press that way.
3 - After ironing the two pieces together, peel off the protective backing from the fusible web. It will be stuck on really well, and it may come off in several pieces. You will also notice that the image has a bunch of gunky stuff on it. Don’t worry, that’s the fusible web. You want that.
4 - The images of Madonna and Julia Child are easy because they are rectangles. For the ampersand, trim the image so there isn't a lot of excess film around it.
5 - Place the images face down on the canvas pillow in the desired position. Placing a press cloth on top, iron the images following the directions of the fusible web.
6 - Finally, peel off the protective backing of the Craft Attitude film to reveal the perfectly applied images.