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« on: November 10, 2016 11:12:10 AM »

Hey everyone! I wanted to share this technique to transfer laserjet prints to stone.  I was pretty surprised with the results, as I expected it to not be as clean as transferring to wood, but it turned out great!

Here's the video:

Supplies needed:
  • Stone (smooth and light works well)
  • Acrylic Polyurethane (or Mod-Podge, Liquitex Gel Medium, etc.)
  • Brush
  • Laser-printed Image

In this video, I use a special transfer paper to make the process easier, but you can print your design onto regular cheap copy paper and instead of peeling, you'd rub the paper off.

Hope you enjoy!

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