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Topic: Berol Fabric Transfer Paints  (Read 918 times)
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« on: November 17, 2006 05:35:53 PM »

Not sure if this is in the right place, but has anyone seen or used these? Found them on ebay uk - LINK
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Berol Fabric Transfer Paints are a simple ways to achieve spectacular effects on man-made fabrics simply by ironing.

Simply apply the Berol Fabric Transfer Paints to paper, allow to dry, turn the paper face down on your chosen fabric and iron!

The design will be transferred to the fabric, fixed and wash fast.

You will get the best results from using Berol Fabric Transfer Paints on thin, but not absorbent paper, 80g copy paper is ideal.

Each pack contains 6 125ml bottles in the following vivid colours as Purple, Blue, Red, Green, Black & Yellow

However the colours can easily be diluted using water if you wish to achieve more pastel like effects.

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