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corduroy cat
« on: November 19, 2009 12:04:34 PM »

i recently purchased TAP (transfer artist paper) and it looks so easy on the tutorials. the 2 attempts i've made with it haven't turned out so great though Sad i tried to transfer an image onto white stretch vinyl and it wouldn't take completely. i had to iron it for ages and then it still wasn't fully transferred. today i tried it on a sheet of craft aluminum. the image did take, but the backing paper wouldn't come off and i had to wet it and scratch it to remove (which took forever!). am i just being too adventurous on my materials for a beginner? i haven't tried it on paper or cloth yet, has anyone had any experience with it?
here's the aluminum transfer...
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