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DIY Altered Bottle/Transfer TUTORIAL at Villabarnes This is a transfer method I use occasionally to add an image to fabric. I decided to demonstrate with a cute little altered bottle.
image transfer using a splendid blender pen.
villabarnes: Splendid Transfer method with Splendid Blender pen
"I placed the copy face down on the grain sack material, and secured it. Make sure you are working in an area with plenty of ventilation. The Splendid Blender pen is like a colorless marker, but it is not odorless. You should be able to find it at a craft store like Michael's, or an artist supply store for around $2.00. Saturate the back of the print with the pen. This shouldn't take you more than 30 seconds, depending on the size of your image. Remove the print."
SPLENDID TRANSFER: a laser print image (a photocopy, inkjet copies won't work), a bottle, and a piece of grain sack material. The Splendid Blender pen is like a colorless marker. (tute)
make dolls like this from kids drawings using image transfer
How to make image transfers with packing tape
It’s always a good idea to have reusable produce bags on hand. To help keep track of what you’ve got, create these image transfer bags and you'll never lose your Swiss chard again!
Methods for transferring images to fabric without using iron-ons: freezer paper, ink transfers etc
Instant Photo Transfers With Blender Pens ( blog.freepeople.c... )
Super easy way to transfer a photo to a canvas using a blender pen! I would so love to make this!!!
Mod Podge image transfer onto an old window = instant home decor
The Decorated House: ~ How to Print on Fabric by The Decorated House - diy - Tutorial - Inkjet Printer Image Transfer
image transfer using acetone - get a clean, crisp image especially if you are working with an image that has a lot of detail.
How To: Transfer images to objects - wood surfaces etc. - step by step - read to the end for the method that works best. Pretty simple and fast.
Transfer images to wood, free printable too. Plus how to add new legs to an old dresser.
Sophia's: My Favorite Image Transfer Product!