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How to Trace Images 1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper. 2. Lay tissue paper (the kind you put in presents) over it and trace the image with a lead pencil onto the tissue paper, just like with tracing paper 3. Using painter's tape, tape the tissue paper with the image in pencil where you want it on the cooler. 4. Using a Sharpie, trace over the pencil lines. Press firmly, and every inch or two go back over that section once or twice.

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1. Print out your image (not a reflection) the size you want it on computer paper. 2. Lay tissue paper (the kind you put in presents) over it and trace the image with a lead pencil onto the tissue paper, just like with tracing paper 3. Using painter's tape, tape the tissue paper with the image in pencil where you want it on the cooler. 4. Using a Sharpie, trace over the pencil lines. Press firmly, and every inch or two go back over that section once or twice. Source: The cooler connection

How to do image transfers using packaging tape

tape the paper inside and then trace with glass paint pen.

for littles cooler

A good way to transfer images is using tissue paper. Lay the tissue paper over the image you want to transfer and trace the image with a pencil. Then tape the tissue paper in position on the cooler with blue painters tape (also good for making straight lines) and lightly trace over the image with a black sharpie. When you remove the tissue paper, the sharpie should have transferred onto the cooler to give you a guide for your painting.

Illuminating Photo Album - print photos in black and white onto paper - trim image to fit the lantern's panels and slide photos against the glass so that images face out. Tape in place. Use a battery operated candle instead of a wax one.

Washi tape windows - good backdrop idea

Washi tape flags for cupcakes

Paper tape + tea lights! Genius!