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  • Katherine Anderson

    DIY Clay Pot -- with wax paper transfer!

  • Christine Fetter

    Painted flower pot with wax paper transfer

  • karlie lager

    CLAY POT WITH A WAX PAPER TRANSFER Here's a simple and quick way to perk up some clay pots. We used about 1/4 cup of Annie Sloan Old White, then mixed it with a couple tablespoons of baby powder to give the paint some texture. While the paint is drying, look through the Graphics Fairy website to find a great graphic you could transfer onto it. Here's the process: 1. Trim a piece of wax paper to 8 1/2 x 11 inches 2. The paper should be fed into your printer so that the "dull" side o

  • Shelley Creed

    DIY: Waxed Paper Transfer - this tutorial shows how easy it is to transfer a graphic from waxed paper. This is such a great project!

  • Diane Vruwink - Carlson

    wax paper transfer - and TONS of other craft ideas!!!

  • Christina Reed-Sylte

    CLAY POT Painted With a Wax Paper Transfer ~ great tutorial on the site! Annie Sloan chalk paint:-)

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