I've been having fun printing on fabric.
My friend, Sandrine, and I were experimenting with printing on fabric using the home printer (ink jet) and computer. It is easy to do. Just trim your selected fabric and some freezer paper (available at your local patchwork shop) to A4 size. Iron the freezer paper onto the back of the fabric (place the shiny side of the freezer paper onto the back of the fabric, and iron on the dull paper side), load it into the printer, then print. (Try printing your photo out on a piece of paper first before printing on the fabric). Peel off the paper and you are ready to use your own unique piece of fabric. Give it a press with an iron to set the ink. You can use the same piece of freezer paper over and over again.
I've embellished the photo with a little embroidery in the corners. Before embroidering, I ironed on some fabric stabiliser. When finished sewing the design, I placed the glass (that came with the frame) over the embroidered photo and traced around it. Then trimmed that fabric away. Next, I used some spray adhesive on the back of the fabric, and stuck it onto the glass. Then I just popped it into the frame and closed the metal tabs on the back. Voila! (This is a birthday present for my sister-in-law. She is the little girl in the photo. Hubby is the little boy.)