Cool iron-ons that turn everyone into a crafter. (Kind of.)

Iron-on transfers by GamaGo | Cool Mom Picks

If you’ve been thinking iron-on transfers went out of style along with your crimping iron and jelly shoes, you probably haven’t seen the adorably modern varieties out there today. We love that now, there are whole books of cool iron-ons from some of our favorite artists that provide hours of rainy day craft fun or party activities. (Provided you wield the iron.)

Pages of clever, unexpected illustrations in the GamaGo Instant Iron-onsSuper Cool Iron-ons by Sukie, and Instant Iron-ons by Julia Rothman (all available at our Amazon affiliate) can be transferred easily and directly onto any fabric surface. Your kids can cut them out and have you help iron them onto a comfy t-shirt, a canvas bag, or even a tie–if their style is preppy with a sense of irony. Also fun: get the fun alphabet iron-ons for a baby shower and have guests decorate baby shirts, bibs, and onesies for the new mom.


Cool alphabet iron-ons by Julia Rothman | Cool Mom Picks


Cool iron-ons by Sukie Darrell Gibbs | Cool Mom Picks

Cool iron-ons from Julia Rothman | Cool Mom Picks

Get started customizing everything with books of cool iron-ons from GamaGo, Julia Rothman and more, all available at our Amazon affiliate or your local indie bookseller or kids’ boutique.


Kate Etue divides her time between the book industry, checking out the newest tech trends for kids, and indulging in craft foods in a cool suburb of Nashville.

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