|I received so many emails about using this tool on painted wood I decided to give it a try. The directions with the tool just say "wood or fabric". I had a scrap piece of wood I painted with CeCe Caldwell's Chalk/Clay Paint. I chose a graphic from The Graphic's Fairy. Always remember to reverse your graphic first, if you need a mirror image. You need a toner based copy, from a Laser printer of copier.|
|This is a vintage tool box I chalk painted and used the woodworker's tool to transfer the French graphic onto it. It saves so much time rather than tracing, copying or painting the graphic onto the object.|
|Another time saving transfer using this woodworker's tool.|
I have used Lacquer Thinner to complete transfers onto painted wood too; you may also be interested in that type.
|Sisal twine, vintage skeleton keys, pinecones and acorns just say Fall to me. See the vintage hand handkerchief in the back? The lace is hand tatted. I do love vintage lace!|
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