• Laurie Swigart

PATCHES, SHIELDS, & MEDALS

I had quite good luck with finding photos of actual suitable army medals online, putting them in Photoshop where I could adjust the size, color, etc., and then using an ink jet printer to print them on fabric. This works best on a largish stage because printed medals don't actually have dimension. The fabric can be used as-is or glued to cardstock or thin pieces of tin.

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