|I first saw this transfer tool used on Dee's blog, A Lapin Life . She has several posts and a video about this tool. She has completed many wonderful projects with this transfer tool; therefore,I was intrigued and inspired. I picked this cutting board up at a thrift store. I ordered the wood the transfer tool from Amazon here.|
|I chose a graphic from The Graphic's Fairy, reversed it in Word, made a toner based copy, measured to center it and taped it down to help me with the transfer. Heat the transfer tool for 8 minutes and "iron" the paper back and forth. You'll notice as the graphic begins to transfer the paper sticks to the wood. Careful this gets hot!|
|Just peel the paper back to reveal the transfer.|
|I stained the cutting board to age it and added wipe on Poly to protect the graphic. I plan to use this decoratively.|
|Another cutting board with a graphic transfer. The cool thing about this tool it works on fabric too.|
|Loving this transfer tool! It's so easy, no paint pens, it does all the work for you!|
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The Woodworker's tool can be purchased here.
I have received so many emails asking about using this tool on painted wood, I decided to give it a try. The directions on the tool just say wood. Please watch for a follow up post on using this tool on painted surfaces!
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