Packing Tape Transfers

unikatissima Packing Tape Transfers a

Packing tape transfers are wonderful ;-)

You can see how it looks e.g. at the flexagons or at my artist book.

In the instruction they are using laser prints that they sell but I’ve made already all sorts of papers (more or less) ‘transparent’: articles from Arabic and Chinese newspapers, pictures from old comic books, patterns from some ads or my beloved travel brochure, pages from old music books or old books written in Fraktur.
Self-printed pictures (I have an inkjet) didn’t work and the quality of my packing tape transfers was differing strongly.
Therefore it’s true again: The proof of the pudding is in the eating ;-))

Transfers With Packing Tape

Wikipedia entry for ‘Fraktur’ (English)
Wikipedia entry for ‘Fraktur’ (German)

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Paper Shopping Bag

Inkjet Transfer Stamping

Inkjet Transfer Stamping

As I mentioned before, I don’t often stamp. Therefore I found the tutorial on how to make stamps with an inkjet printer very interesting.

I haven’t tried it yet and possibly I never will, because printer ink is also expensive, but who knows? Because I really want to ‘stamp’ the image on the photo and I’m sure that I wont carve it from an eraser ;-)


Craft Chi: Inkjet Transfer Stamping

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Eraser Stamps

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Everything is legally phrased in the following privacy policy. Here I want to say that data protection is important to me and that I therefore only gather the data needed by the systems I am using and that I use those data exclusively to present you daily interesting craft ideas :)

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Bracelets with Colouring Pages

Persia Lou Day Bracelets with Colouring Pages

These bracelets with colouring pages are great!
There you transfer the painted colouring pages to the bracelets.
If this also works with a self-made bracelet from recycled paper or with a bracelet from a recycled plastic bottle?
Well, and when you don’t like or make bracelets, take a look at what else you can make with colouring pages :)


Bracelets with Colouring Pages (DIY Mother’s Day Bracelets using Coloring Pages)
via: Wearable art

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Bracelet from Recycled Paper
Knitted/Crocheted Bangles
Entries with the tag ‘bracelet’
Entries containing the word ‘coloring page’

Printed Pictures on Candles

A Girl In Paradise Printed Pictures on Candles

To design candle light with your own pictures I presented the faux quilt votives and the clip art candles before.
Here it goes a step further because you actually transfer your self-printed pictures to the candles.


Printed Pictures on Candles (Transferring Ink to Candles)
via: Transferring Ink to Candles – Personalized candles (just need wax paper, tissue paper, sharpies & hair dryer)

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Faux Quilt Votives
Clip Art Candles