Transfers Techniques You May Not Know About

There are so many ways to do transfers onto polymer clay it’s hard to keep track of them all. Here a few you may have missed.

Tina Holden describes how to do transfers with Flecto Verathane

Valarie Aharoni has a couple types of transfers described on her blog. First she uses an
acrylic polymer medium on toner copies.

The second technique uses baking parchment run through an inkjet printer.

I also found JudiKins TranzIt Rinse-Away Paper. The instructions are at the Polymer Clay Review Blog.

GOLDEN (brand) Digital Grounds is a new line of products that are Ink-jet Receptive Coatings. They say you can do transfers on any surface with this product.

This one doesn’t say it’s for clay, but could be interesting if it works. Mist Hair Gel and an inkjet printer??


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Janie Zetsch
    Apr 10, 2009 @ 08:05:19

    Wow, many new transfer methods have emerged. I stick to the t-shirt transfer paper. That seems to produce the most reliable results for me. Funny how we each find our own best method.


    • Tonja Lenderman
      Apr 10, 2009 @ 10:07:23

      My method of choice has always been printing with inkjet on matte photo paper and using liquid clay. But I’m experimenting with new ways. The mad scientist in me LOL


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