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Transfer Inkjet Printed Images on Wood [DIY]
posted March 13 2014 12:00.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a very good idea from Steve Ramsey to transfer your images on wood. Get a piece of high gloss paper. Steve uses a sheet with self-sticky labels and he removes the labels. The ink from the inkjet cannot stay on this surface. So he prints out the image on this paper and then simply places it on top of the wood surface. No irons no heat whatsoever, the ink "sticks" on the wood and dries rapidly. Excellent idea!



[Link: Steve Ramsey]
 
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