Saturday, 8 September 2012

Image transfer anyone?

Hi there, Welcome, I have been discovering a new technique to me. I've always wanted to be able to do image transfer and this week I got the opportunity ! This is what I made
 


It's a little wooden vintage box. I transferred the image from an inkjet photocopy with TAP, Transfer Artist paper and an iron. I really enjoyed tinkering with this box, it has many layers of paint and gold leaf and embossing:0)
There are more examples of TAP paper transfers at the Craft Barn Blog All this week the team have been using it and they've made some really great projects








If you have a few moments check it out, on the CB blog I have done a step by step collage of how I made this little box.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend, thank you for stopping by, hugs Gay x

This is a list of the items that I used

9cmx5cm Wooden box for altering
Dreamweaver Damask stencil and Black matt paste
Crafters Workshop Harlequin mask
Fresco Finish Paints: Little Black Dress, Claret
Stamps from the French Market place.
PaperArtsy Lynne Perrella Collection LPC011
Indigo Blu Starter Kit 
Sheets of gilding, Gold



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17 comments:

craftattack said...

Lovely box, looks really antique! Valerie

Dotty Jo said...

Ooooo, now this is special Gay, what an adorable box and a great new effect! I'm settling in at my new job so haven't been able to get crafty this week - might treat myself to some inky-ness this afternoon. Have a great weekend, and thanks for dropping by at my blog, Jo x

Karin said...

wow its beautiful! love the transfer technique you used!!

Doreen said...

Wow how clever, love this technique,one I must try.xxx

TAM said...

WOW this is absolutely fabulous

Anne said...

This delightful! Such a gorgeous box! Bravo!

Sasha said...

Your little box looks fabulous, Gay. Such lovely transfered images, and another great technique! x

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

WOW - great box Gay. Well done for having a go at the image transfer.

Have a great weekend.

Hugs
Sarn xxx

Linda said...

Ohhh Gay, this is so cool!! I go to the CB blog right now to look further. Have a great weekend.

Christine said...

Oh so beautiful Gay! Lovely box!
Hug
Christine

Suze Bain said...

Gay this is just fabulous, it must've taken you ages to do this - thanks for the tutorial on the CB blog too, I'd never have been able to figure out how you'd done it! xx

Linda R said...

WOW!! What a gorgeous box. Always love to see what you create..

Hope you are having a happy weekend.

Hugs~

Faith A said...

It's been a long while since I visited, but what a wonderful time I have had catching up with all your amazing projects, you really are THE creative one.

As for your Dad's glassine, he would have been thrilled I'm sure with what you have done with it.

Samantha Elliott said...

Wow! Gay this is absolutely gorgeous! I hope you are pleased!
xx

Aileen said...

The image on your box looks perfect for it. Well done. x

craftimamma said...

Gorgeous box Gay! I must have been deprived of my blog hopping time completely that week as I didn't see any of the Barn posts using this product. Your box is so lovely I need to go back and check out the 'how to' now, lol!

Hugs
Lesley XX

baileyrosy.com said...

Looks fabulous Gay and the photo is the perfect image for that gorgeous box.

Marie