The French Angel Plaque had one (HERE).
Here is a quick tutorial.
You need an ink jet printer, a reverse image, waxed paper, a sheet of heavy paper, painter's tape, and a brayer.
I like the painter's tape because it is easily repositioned.
You need to make this as flat and thin as possible to go through the printer.
Fold in the sides first.
Wrap the sheet of paper as you would a package.
I do a lot of transfers so I like to have the sheets on hand.
I keep about 10 sheets in a folder ready to send through the printer.
A quick five-minute project.
You pick the image you would like.
I use The Graphics Fairy for most of my images.
Go to her blog , type in "reverse typography" in the search box, and select an image.
IT MUST BE REVERSED!
Place the waxed paper-wrapped cover sheet in the paper tray of your ink jet printer. (Mine is face down - printers do differ in how the paper is fed for printing.)
I take off the "fit to page" option and choose "best" for ink option.
Have your project ready - these do NOT save.
Do NOT smear the image.
I tape out the position for the image on my project so I can immediately lay the image on the surface and tape down.
Use a brayer - rolling it firmly over the back of the image. I leave the paper taped to the image for strength. Keep rolling. A credit card works well also.
Be careful not to move the image while you are working.
It is probably overkill, but I will finally cover the image with another piece of waxed paper to use a roll of tape to rub the back.
Carefully lift one corner to see if it has worked.
Remove the image carefully.
Let it sit for about an hour.
Spray lightly with a clear matte finish. Then repeat.
Once you start doing this, everything in your house will have an image on it!
(NOTE: This is my personal method for transferring images. You may want to research other methods and directions. Try on a practice board first.)
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