Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Color Image Transfer

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You asked for it so here it is! YES, you can transfer color images.

A number of you have asked since I posted the Transfer Image to Wood tutorial if it's possible to transfer color images. I transferred the image above and was a little excited to see the results {which is why the edges are a little shredded}. Use the same process as you did in the Transfer Image to Wood with a black and white image. And remember to use a laser printer for your color image.
This pic is for my hubby!
I did notice on this pic that Will Farrell's nose was a little runny {get it?} but I'm not positive why it happened. I'll have to try a few more experiments to see if it happens again and why.

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11 comments:

  1. Neat project. Pinned to share with my daughter who teaches elementary art:) New follow and like on facebook. Like back at http://www.sewsweetvintage.com/2013/06/handkerchief-party-bunting.html

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  2. This is awesome and clever idea. I would like to thank you for joining the Pin It Monday Hop Pinterest Party. Please come by sometime(if your time permits) and check what other bloggers are sharing. See you. 

    Judy
    Pursuit Of Functional Home

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  3. Image transfer is always a fun project.. if not a little nerve wracking with its delicate nature. Thanks for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday Becca.

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  4. love this tutorial--I've nominated you for a Leibster award for bloggers! Check out my post to read about it! Congrats on your blog! Keep up the great work!-aimee
    http://refresh-renew.blogspot.com/2013/09/wow-leibster-award.html

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  5. Would colors show up on a black painted surface?

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    1. Probably if your image has lighter colors. You may want to test it out first.

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  6. Is there any way to save a project which has paper that is obviously still there? This was my first attempt and i already put modge podge on it. could i possible sand it off???

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    1. It'll take some work but possible. You can sand it off however if there's a finish (stain, paint, etc) on the wood it might need to be redone. Also depending on what your project looks like you can try this tip. http://diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com/2013/06/transfer-image-to-wood-tutorial-tip.html

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