This little pillow was designed to cover a keyhole, but I am not sure what it is called. It keeps the drafts and the light out, and is used on the inside of the door.
If you do not want to part with your ink, it might be possible to take your picture and your special iron-on transfer paper to a print shop and get copies made there. At home, peel off the backing and put the tissue paper over the picture (face up) and press firmly. You have to use a wooden surface, such as a table or a wood cutting block, to iron this on, as the iron board is not hard enough. Quilters like this technique for making heirloom quilts with old photographs. I like Catherine Kein, Amy Cross, Paul de Longpre and Joseph Redoubte art for this craft.