More Image Transfer Techniques Explained

More image transfer techniques have been added here to enable us to transfer cliparts to our card surface from photocopies or magazines pages.

image transfer/Black & White Image TransferBlack and White Image

The above image was done just as it was printed without adding any color.

The images featured here were done using Translucent Liquid Sculpey - Bakable Transfer & Color Medium.

These are my first batch of image transfers done with the Translucent Liquid Sculpey. I hope to try out another transfer using colorful magazine images


color image transfer/Color Image Transfer from Rubber StampColor Image

I colored the printed image with color pencils before adding the Translucent Liquid Sculpey.

Hmmm... I think I will need to experiment further to see why the black printed lines seem to have bleed a little and causing the picture to be not so crisp and sharp compared with the one above.

Supplies Used for Image Transfer

  • Translucent Liquid Sculpey
  • Photocopies
  • Brush
  • Oven or toaster
  • Scrap paper

Step-by-step Directions for Transferring Images

  1. Cut out the photocopied image.
  2. Lay photocopied image on a piece of scrap paper. The image should be facing up.
  3. Pour Translucent Liquid Sculpey onto the image.
  4. Use a small paint brush to spread out the liquid - make sure the whole image is coated with the liquid.
  5. Place coated image with the scrap paper into the toaster. Heat for 2 minutes.
  6. Take out and soak in tap water.
  7. Rub the back with your thumb to get rid of the paper.
  8. Dry and attach to your creation.

Notes: The colored image was done by coloring the black and white photocopied image with color pencils before applying the Sculpey Liquid.

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