The first and most obvious is to put your rubber stamps to use! Make sure that if you're making something from your fabric that needs to be pretty hard wearing then you need to use alcohol inks, and it's advisable to seal them. You can do this by adding a couple of coats of modge podge when the ink is completely dry if you don't want to buy a special sealant. This can give you the potential to make beautiful brooches like the butterfly brooch pictured here, and you can make stunning ribbons and wraps with the repeat pattern exactly as you choose it.
By cutting a sheet of sticky back plastic to A4 width (you can make the sheet longer and set it up as a custom size sheet on your printer) and then peeling off the backing and sticking on to a sheet of fabric (trim the edges carefully so there is no fraying) you can then print directly on to your chosen fabric with pretty much any inkjet printer. This won't give you a permanently fixed image but you can again seal with your modge podge if so desired. I actually use on of these little printed bags for all the medicines I must take every day and the image has held up remarkably well, kicking about my handbag for over two years now. This gives you the potential to print sharp and bright images, transfer your own photographic memories to fabric which you can make things out of or applique on to other things, or even cut into special ribbons for very special presents or for scrapbooking. There are specialist fabrics available for printing on that will give you a permanent and washable fabric, and transfer papers that you can iron on to your fabric, again giving you a permanent and washing fabric but they're a lot more expensive! I would love to see what you make with any of these methods!