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ReviewImage This is a lambretta tool box lid i did in commemoration to our soldiers.
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ReviewImage I printed the propeller decals on clear transfer paper. Using normal inkjet printer. Very easy to apply then a coat of laquer to seal and protect in flight.
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ReviewImage Using your waterslide decals for inkjet printer. I made a wedding candle set for my brother and his wife. I hope this will give your customers some ideas how to decorate candles for weddings etc. I saved a fortune by using your product.
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ReviewImage I wanted to make some special presents for family and friends. I used some waterslide decals for my inkjet printer. It was trial and error with sprays at first because I live in Dublin I couldn't obtain your vanish. I used an all purpose high gloss varnish and applied 3 coats
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ReviewImage This is a lambretta front mudguard made using the water-slide decal paper. The image of The Who was applied and then clear coated to provide a flat, smooth finish.
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ReviewImage This plaque was made using clear water-slide paper on a solid oak mount
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ReviewImage With the forthcoming local commemoration of the Accrington Pals Battalion, this model is a fictional commemorative livery representing the association between the Pals and Accrington’s bus livery. The poppy on each side and the regimental panel on the offside use white decal paper whilst the others are on clear.
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ReviewImage Using decal transparent transfer paper I transfered flower patterns onto a ladies bike
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ReviewImage This is a 3 series front guard on a lambretta. First of all I created a marble effect and then put on the water-slide decals. I used 2 coats of clear coat, flat with 800w/d dry and then another 6 coats of clear coat (flatting between every 2 coats). The overall finish makes it so that you cannot feel the decal
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ReviewImage This is the other side of the lambretta side panel.Same processes.
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ReviewImage The decal was printed and then sealed with acrylic varnish... after a thorough drying and wet application to the headstock (wood), followed by further over-night drying, it was coated several times with clear lacquer (being rubbed down between each coat with very fine abrasive paper). When the edges of the decal material were no longer visible a final coat of lacquer was applied giving a mirror gloss finish
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ReviewImage this is Clint east wood i put on a car door mirror,as a experiment ,came out well ,so now on to my brothers lambretta,Once the decal was on i clear coated it ,a good two coats ,Flatted with 500w/d then another two coats of clear coat ,then flatted with 1200w/d down to 2000w/d ,then polished ,until you could not feel the transfer ,as you guest ,i work in a car body shop.
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ReviewImage The guitar effects pedals that I built was made using your clear decal paper. I printed onto the paper and then sealed it with clear acrylic spray before applying it to the pedal enclosures and covering the whole thing with a few more coats of clear acrylic
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ReviewImage Logo on 2mm Ply tapa on Cajon drum
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ReviewImage I make these personalised candles and other gifts using the waterslide decal paper.
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ReviewImage This is another part of the scooter
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ReviewImage This piece i did on a lambretta horn cast.
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ReviewImage this is a piece of a lambretta the horn cast piece at the front.
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ReviewImage Clint Eastwood was put on my brother's Lambretta side panel
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ReviewImage Here are some tea light holders and lanterns I have decorated with Inkjet Water-Slide Decal paper. I created my own designs by kaleidescoping my nature photographs, printing them onto the decal and then transferring them onto plain glass holders using the guide provided by the Crafty Computer site.
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ReviewImage I used a corgi 1/50th scale daf xf105 and livestock and converted into a new Sussex farms livery. The unit has a lot of details like lifted middle axle, fully detailed interior and scratch built side skirts. The trailer has a scratch build open tail gate and all floors inside. All decals designed on word and printed onto your paper. Even has my daughters names on the front.
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ReviewImage This was done for a friend on a lambretta panel. The water slide paper was bought from here as this was a better paper quality than the run of the mill stuff on ebay.
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ReviewImage lamretta tool box door ,quadrophenia
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ReviewImage I am a musician and decided to decorate a pedal box with a lovely image of the Spiderman baddy 'Electro'. I used your water decal paper to decorate three guitar plectra which when placed together would form Electro's evil grinning face
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ReviewImage Nail art using water slide inkjet transfer papers and a graphics program
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ReviewImage An army of skeletons (Anatomikins. Created using inkjet water slide decal paper. Easy to use, and loads of fun!
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ReviewImage I needed somewhere to put keys, stamps and other knick knacks away tidily in our hall. I bought a cheap IKEA Moppe box and painted it with some left over cream eggshell. I bought some cheap images of old French postcards, made Water-Slide Decals and stuck them on the drawers. Gave the whole thing a final sealing with spray varnish.
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ReviewImage I made one each of these letter trays for my children. Painted the letter tray with cream eggshell, then aged some wrapping paper and stuck it on the backs with PVA glue. Then I made a monogram for each child and printed it off using water-slide decal paper and stuck it to the front - easy peasy.
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ReviewImage Water Slide Decal applied to the body.
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ReviewImage I made this model using a kit of the Ferrari f10. With a lot of modifications and scratch-building I converted it to the Lotus. ALL of the decals and markings including the tyre logos etc were created by me using Photoshop, then printed onto waterslide decal paper. I got round the white background problem by creating all of the decals witin a black background so that they don't show on the black bodywork. Each decal had the edges coloured black with a 'Sharpie' before wetting and applying them. The fini
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ReviewImage I used a couple of 'Thomas' wooden railway models ('Lady' & Emily's tender) and spare wood to create the body . This was then sprayed in green. The decals were scanned images from the Ivor books, reduced to fit the model. The decals were great and easy to use. My three year old son was thrilled.
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ReviewImage A combination of existing diecast/resin and scratchbult went into the making of these two removal lorries. I created the decals on both these models using clear Crafty inkjet decal paper,
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ReviewImage I have over the years used the waterslide decal paper, clear & white, for many model car projects but not on my large scale RC cars. Being a Graphic Designer the design was not an issue but it's the quality of product I expect at the end and other papers I've used seem to tear easy or crack over time, even when lacquring.
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ReviewImage Your waterslide products are much better for brass, the finished result is excellent.
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ReviewImage I use your Clear decal paper along with your Acrylic Spray to personalise candles ~ This is a Blue/Red and White theme requested. As you can see, the decal paper holds the designs and colours very well, don't be fooled by the cheaper version on Ebay ~ Craftys paper is not only thicker, but it doesn't crumble like the cheaper stuff!
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ReviewImage Here are some pictures of N Gauge railway wagons produced with your transfer paper. These wagons are about 3.5 cm long!! So the capability of the paper to take miniscule text printing is
very important. I print as Text and set the paper to Glossy Photo. Once printed, transfers
are given a few thin coats of Crystal Clear to fix.
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ReviewImage Hello
For some years I use only Your water-slide decals and with this decals I am very pleased.
All my railway models are in scale 1:160. For myself I do models of Slovenian railways, because these can not be purchased on the market. On average, my models are large from 10 to 12 cm. The results are as shown on the attached photo.
Sincerely, Jani Tekavcic
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ReviewImage Attached is a photo of my RC Focus, I used inkjet water-slide decal paper; I admit, I wouldn't have been able to complete it if I didn’t use your paper.
It took a while to complete from painting to applying decals, but it was worth it. In my opinion anyway!

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Gary Maule
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ReviewImage I print the image and/or text and follow the instructions from spraying and drying. Once ready I cut out the images and following the instructions, use the water to get them onto the candle. I use smooth candles for a better finish. Once dried, I wrap in cellophane and decorate with a ribbon. I now sell them on a small scale via word of mouth and the internet. I’ve always wanted a hobby and now I have one!
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ReviewImage I was introduced to your water slide paper by my brother who has the same
interestas myself. The waterslide transfers are simple to produce, and
apply to any surface as well as giving an excellent reproduction. The
quality also retains it's colour over time as can be seen on the
photographs. The photgraphs sent are of models converted over a year ago.

I look forward to many more hours of enjoyment, reproducing authentic
replicas of original vehicles.
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ReviewImage I made these fabulous miniature plates and bowls from scratch and decorated them using the white and clear decal papers.
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ReviewImage I thought you may like these pictures of one of my models on which all the decals except the big white G-WAAN lettering is produced with your water slide decal paper.

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ReviewImage This is my R/C model of a me-109 F2. All insignia/markings etc were created using clear and white Laser water slip decal paper. Without this paper I would have had great difficulty in making this project look anything like the real one thank you. The model spans 72 inches and is a replica of one flown by major Hans "Assi" Hahn JG2 St Pol France summer 1941.
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ReviewImage I am a model engineer and use your clear decal paper to make nameplates on my models. I scan a picture of the full size plate and adjust the size to what I need with the computer.The decal is applied to a shaped brass plate and looks just like an engraved brass nameplate.
On another topic, I would like to use a paper that produces "leterset" rub on type writing which can be applied to models without leaving a clear film around it.
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ReviewImage Hi

I made this mug for my son using water slip decal laser paper.

I found the paper really easy to use, just print, cut, soak and apply. I then gave the mug 3 coats of acrylic vanish to protect the design for washing.

I think you'll agree it turned out great!

I'm just about to order some different papers to try out for some more ideas I've had.

Thanks for a great service.

Carole
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ReviewImage I am a model engineer and use your clear decal paper to make nameplates on my models. I scan a picture of the full size plate and adjust the size to what I need with the computer.The decal is applied to a shaped brass plate and looks just like an engraved brass nameplate.

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David
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ReviewImage I enjoyed your Decal Show on the television and I have since placed an order for candles which is new for me. I have attached a photo showing just 3 of the products I make using either clear or white decal paper. The large box is 8 inches square and it comes unfinished so I apply 2 coats of yacht
varnish then I apply the decal of a montage of local scenes.

The hexagonal boxes come the same way and I put a different local scene
photo on each side with the island outline on the lid.
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ReviewImage Hi , Im not sure if this is what your looking for , as I've probably
infringed on someones copyright (kellogs) but as they say , all
publicity is good .
This was my first attempt at using your products (i bought 10
sheets and i have 9 left) lots more projects in mind.
Sliding a full A4 sheet was not easy , but I see it as a learning curve.

Regards Alan
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ReviewImage The paper is your Inkjet Clear water-slip decals paper. The printer is a OKI DP-5000.

After printing they are left to dry for 1 hour, then are fixed with Humbrol Crystal Clear

Now I cut the decal off as close as possible and position it beside the place where it has to stick.

I drop it with a few drops of water and wait 30 seconds. Now the decal will glide over the paper by help of a brush.

I cover the decal whit Humbrol Decal Fix and let settle for 24 hrs.
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ReviewImage Hi i've recently finished a project and thought i'd post it.

Inkjet clear - waterslide decal paper
we're doing a Mercedes Actros group build that i started on TMW forum (truck model world)

the best decal i've produced is on the second photo of Fowler Welch Coolchain from one of their trailers.

thanks

Graham.
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ReviewImage Material used: Inkjet waterslide decal paper.

The entry is a decorated Stratocaster in the Jimi Hendrix Monterey Strat style. The decals are applied to the previously sprayed body and pickguard and then protected by several coats of clear nitrocellulose.
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ReviewImage I was originally after your transfer paper for a model I was to make. After some inspiration from my wife, I made some commemorative mugs for a 10th Anniversary weekend with a bunch of friends, which went down very nicely. I attached a couple of photo's of the mug and one of the guys with them.

One question for you. How do I protect the transfers against damage once applied. I bought some spray enamel to cover them but I have had some damage to the badge on my cup.

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Gary
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ReviewImage Hello!

Some time ago I used your Laser water-slide decal paper to make personalised Christmas baubles for my wedding table place names/ favours. We chose the design to coordinate with our invitations (which we also made but no artistic skills required!). We received many compliments & a mention on our photographers blog! http://blog.purvis-gisborne.co.uk/index.php?s=Fiona+and+David. The photos attached show the baubles being spray lacquered on our washing line at home.
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ReviewImage This is a bike I put together using a no-brand frame onto which I put the 'iBianch' decals using your clear decal paper. iBianch is a play on the Bianchi cycle manufacturer's brand name while I used the Apple font as a reference to its iPod/iBook/iMac. It's a comment on the all-pervasive branding in cycling, or something like that, if you want to get arty ;-) The bike looks cool and was about half the price of a comparable branded one.

Best regards,
Will
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ReviewImage Good morning Crafty Computer Paper,

Attached is my entry for my Radio Controlled Car I race every week. I have over the years used the waterslide decal paper, clear & white, for many model car projects but not on my large scale RC cars. Being a Graphic Designer the design was not an issue but it's the quality of product I expect at the end and other papers I've used seem to tear easy or crack over time, even when lacquring?
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ReviewImage Hi there,
My name is Ryan Catterson, and I am a student at Queen's University, Belfast. As with many students throughout the UK, money has been a problem for me, and the student loan just dosn't always cut it. I went about looking for a job, but after quite alot of applictions, no where seemed too keen to employ. This got me thinking on other ways to get a little income for myself.
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ReviewImage Here are my entries into the competition, I have used ink jet waterslide decals on my custom lego models, but I'm just a beginner at using the decal paper. These lego figures are all from the star wars universe. I'm a big fan and have recently got into making custom lego minifigs. I entered some of these minifigs into a star wars minifig competition, so my decal paper went to good use. I am currently working on some marvel superhero minifigs.
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ReviewImage Water Slide Decal applied to the body.
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ReviewImage Good afternoon,

Decal Transfer Paper
I've been building model cars for over 35 years (yes I am tired, old joke!) but this is the best paper I've used for making custom decals.
The attached photo is of a NASCAR stock car driven by Stanton Barrett.
The model has a base sprayed colour of yellow. I used the decal paper to print a red to orange faded set of stripes, the main numbers, the "hair of the dog logos and words.
The small sponsor decals are from the original model kit.
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ReviewImage Please see attached my entry. It's a model of an East Kent AEC Reliance / Park Royal coach from the 1960's. The details, grill destination blind, AEC badge, East Kent fleetname were all produced on crafty computer decal paper using an ALPS printer to print silver and gold etc. The model is unique, being a repainted and modified EFE diecast.

Hope you find it of interest!
Best Wishes
John Atwood
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ReviewImage Hi i've recently finished a project and thought i'd send it in.

Inkjet clear - waterslide decal paper. We're doing a Mercedes Actros group build that i started on TMW forum (truck model world)

thanks

Graham.
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ReviewImage Here is my Scratch built Radio controlled 1:14 scale Scania with water slide decals used on the sides and rear doors.
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ReviewImage This was originally a Police mini van which I have repainted and changed to an AA Mini Patrol van, using the ink jet water slide decals
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ReviewImage I have done theses candles and all my friends love them and have asked me to do them one. thank you Lynne
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ReviewImage an example of your water slide decal paper (white) used to decorate a Märklin freightcar.


Kind regards
Jørgen Røn
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ReviewImage This is the 1st time I have used the Inkjet Water-Slide Decal Paper and the instructions are super easy to follow. Matthew loves his new mug!
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ReviewImage I made these memorial candles for a wedding using inkjet water decal paper
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ReviewImage Hi Charlotte,

For years now my Dad, John Morgan, of Shenfield, Essex, has been building musical instruments, not professionally although he has sold over 20 Celtic harps. He has also built a violin, a viola, and a very beautiful archtop jazz guitar. His latest project, the one in the photo, is an autoharp, built as a gift to the St. Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich.
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ReviewImage Project title: Refillable ceramic make-up packaging

Project purpose: Major project at Loughborough University in; 'Industrial design and technology'.

Product used: Inkjet-waterslide decal paper

Project details:

The ceramic packaging concept is a design that challenges our every day consumables that are continuously used and thrown away.
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ReviewImage These are Advent Candles I made for my grandchildren.
Regards,
Kirsten Fox
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ReviewImage Hello
this is is a wsi scania 1/50 scale diecast with custom decals made using you inkjet clear decal paper
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ReviewImage An alternative to etching?
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ReviewImage Ive attached a picture of my finished work. Its a 1/12th scale motorcycle - all the sponsors logos, etc on the bodywork were made with the decal paper, using both clear and white sheets. Hope you like.

Cheers,
Nick
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ReviewImage Great products keep up the good work.

My main use is of clear and white decal paper. The decals being applied to radio controlled model aircraft.

A picture of an example is attached.

Best wishes

John E Cruttenden
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ReviewImage Here are links to pictures of a model I made using your Laser water-slide decal paper:

It is an Airfix 1/48 Spitfire F22 with home made decals. It was only possible because of the white decal paper I purchased from yourselves.
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ReviewImage Hi,
Please find attached a photo of a Subbuteo table football team I made using the Water Slide decal paper and the fixing spray I bought from you.
The team is of Chesterfield 1892-1893.
I used the paper for the Union Jack decal on the front of the players shirts, the rest is hand painted.
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ReviewImage These coasters were made using the clear inkjet water slide decal, which I printed and then carefully applied to some natural stone tiles.

Lindsay Atkinson
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ReviewImage I am sending an attachment of the photos showing a wedding candle and soap i have made using the inkjet water slide decal paper (clear) and the acrylic spray.
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ReviewImage Hi
Just a quick one to send you an entry for your competition. I recently built this Airfix Catalina flying boat, and made a number of alterations to turn it into a Danish Navy version from the 1950s; the kit decals were for RAF or US versions, and Danish decals are hard to come by, so I decided to make my own using your inkjet transparency paper. As there is a white centre to the Danish roundel I printed red discs with a blank centre and cut them using a circle cutter. The hardest part was actually f
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ReviewImage I use your paper for logo's on the headstocks of the bass guitars that I make.

Up until now I have only bought Inkjet waterslide paper but will, no doubt, I will be trying some other products in the future.

Regards

Steve Morrison
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ReviewImage I am an experienced modeller, but this is the first time I have tried to make my own decals. I have used your clearcoat waterslide decal paper to bring a little life to my models. I actually drive these trucks for Business Post, and wanted to create models of them.
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ReviewImage Decorative house number using white decal water slide technique . they are hard wearing and water proof and a real talking point for visitors .
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ReviewImage I had no problem in making or using the transfers and I am happy with the end result but would have been happier if there was more depth to the gold 'ADCO' colour. I believe that the transfers are more translucent because I did not use the white background transfer paper, in hind-sight perhaps I should have used the white base colour for the gold lettering as the green painted base somewhat changes the colour.
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ReviewImage The painter is created for a client, using your water slide decal paper to create the label on the tin of emulsion.

Both of these are commissions for my business Regards,

Lee Barnett
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ReviewImage 'I've been making models now for less than a year,
and using your waterslide paper it's easy to make a great looking model.'




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ReviewImage I have over the years used the waterslide decal paper, clear & white, for many model car projects but not on my large scale RC cars. Being a Graphic Designer the design was not an issue but it's the quality of product I expect at the end and other papers I've used seem to tear easy or crack over time, even when lacquring.
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ReviewImage I made these unity candles and arrangement for a wedding using inkjet water decal very easy to do.
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ReviewImage Please find attached a photo of a Subbuteo table football team I made using the Water Slide decal paper and the fixing spray I bought from you.

The team is of Chesterfield 1892-1893.
I used the paper for the Union Jack decal on the front of the players shirts, the rest is hand painted.
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ReviewImage 1) Strip to frame - remove all existing stickers with a scalpel 2) apply aerosol grey primer 3) apply aerosol white undercoat 4) print images of grass photograph onto Inkjet waterslide CLEAR decal paper - so that the white of the undercoat shines through the highlights of the image of the grass on the decal 5) apply to bike - around 5 sheets were used 6) print images of daisies onto WHITE - this is so that the daisies stand out from the underlying image of the grass decal - 2 pages were used 7) lots
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ReviewImage Hi there,

My brother-in-law informed me that you could buy blank Subbuteo players off the internet (he collects subbuteo) so I thought it would be a nice idea to paint a team for him for his birthday. I planned out how I would paint it but wasn't really sure how to put the sponsors on. Subbuteo players are pretty tiny and I knew it would be almost impossible to paint a sponsor on the player. I did some research and found out about water slide paper.
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ReviewImage Here are some pictures of N Gauge railway wagons produced with your transfer paper. These wagons are about 3.5 cm long!! So the capability of the paper to take miniscule text printing is
very important. I print as Text and set the paper to Glossy Photo. Once printed, transfers
are given a few thin coats of Crystal Clear to fix.
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ReviewImage Hello
For some years I use only Your water-slide decals and with this decals I am very pleased.
All my railway models are in scale 1:160. For myself I do models of Slovenian railways, because these can not be purchased on the market. On average, my models are large from 10 to 12 cm. The results are as shown on the attached photo.
Sincerely, Jani Tekavcic
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ReviewImage Attached is a photo of my RC Focus, I used inkjet water-slide decal paper; I admit, I wouldn't have been able to complete it if I didn’t use your paper.
It took a while to complete from painting to applying decals, but it was worth it. In my opinion anyway!

Regards
Gary Maule
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ReviewImage I print the image and/or text and follow the instructions from spraying and drying. Once ready I cut out the images and following the instructions, use the water to get them onto the candle. I use smooth candles for a better finish. Once dried, I wrap in cellophane and decorate with a ribbon. I now sell them on a small scale via word of mouth and the internet. I’ve always wanted a hobby and now I have one!
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ReviewImage Hi

Here is a car i have painted.
It is 1:32 scale.
It started out all white as a plastic kit.
The orange and blue parts were painted.
The lettering, the red pinstripe and logos were made using white and clear decal paper form yourselves.

Thanks Richard
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ReviewImage I was introduced to your water slide paper by my brother who has the same
interestas myself. The waterslide transfers are simple to produce, and
apply to any surface as well as giving an excellent reproduction. The
quality also retains it's colour over time as can be seen on the
photographs. The photgraphs sent are of models converted over a year ago.

I look forward to many more hours of enjoyment, reproducing authentic
replicas of original vehicles.
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ReviewImage I made these fabulous miniature plates and bowls from scratch and decorated them using the white and clear decal papers.
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ReviewImage I thought you may like these pictures of one of my models on which all the decals except the big white G-WAAN lettering is produced with your water slide decal paper.

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ReviewImage This is my R/C model of a me-109 F2. All insignia/markings etc were created using clear and white Laser water slip decal paper. Without this paper I would have had great difficulty in making this project look anything like the real one thank you. The model spans 72 inches and is a replica of one flown by major Hans "Assi" Hahn JG2 St Pol France summer 1941.
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ReviewImage I am a model engineer and use your clear decal paper to make nameplates on my models. I scan a picture of the full size plate and adjust the size to what I need with the computer.The decal is applied to a shaped brass plate and looks just like an engraved brass nameplate.
On another topic, I would like to use a paper that produces "leterset" rub on type writing which can be applied to models without leaving a clear film around it.
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ReviewImage Hi

I made this mug for my son using water slip decal laser paper.

I found the paper really easy to use, just print, cut, soak and apply. I then gave the mug 3 coats of acrylic vanish to protect the design for washing.

I think you'll agree it turned out great!

I'm just about to order some different papers to try out for some more ideas I've had.

Thanks for a great service.

Carole
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ReviewImage I am a model engineer and use your clear decal paper to make nameplates on my models. I scan a picture of the full size plate and adjust the size to what I need with the computer.The decal is applied to a shaped brass plate and looks just like an engraved brass nameplate.

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David
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ReviewImage I enjoyed your Decal Show on the television and I have since placed an order for candles which is new for me. I have attached a photo showing just 3 of the products I make using either clear or white decal paper. The large box is 8 inches square and it comes unfinished so I apply 2 coats of yacht
varnish then I apply the decal of a montage of local scenes.

The hexagonal boxes come the same way and I put a different local scene
photo on each side with the island outline on the lid.
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ReviewImage Hi , Im not sure if this is what your looking for , as I've probably
infringed on someones copyright (kellogs) but as they say , all
publicity is good .
This was my first attempt at using your products (i bought 10
sheets and i have 9 left) lots more projects in mind.
Sliding a full A4 sheet was not easy , but I see it as a learning curve.

Regards Alan
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ReviewImage Four years ago I and my young friend Bruno Spengler debuted in the DTM Championship.
On his birthday in August of that year I presented him with a model of this car when visiting him racing at the Nurburgring.
It was the first time I had tried the clear ink jet decal paper supplied by your company.
He still displays the model proudly to this day.
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ReviewImage These images are microscope slides done in the style of stain glass in which images are inserted and water slide transfers applied.
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ReviewImage The paper is your Inkjet Clear water-slip decals paper. The printer is a OKI DP-5000.

After printing they are left to dry for 1 hour, then are fixed with Humbrol Crystal Clear

Now I cut the decal off as close as possible and position it beside the place where it has to stick.

I drop it with a few drops of water and wait 30 seconds. Now the decal will glide over the paper by help of a brush.

I cover the decal whit Humbrol Decal Fix and let settle for 24 hrs.
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ReviewImage Inkjet waterslide decal paper

Second time using the product

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ReviewImage Hi i've recently finished a project and thought i'd post it.

Inkjet clear - waterslide decal paper
we're doing a Mercedes Actros group build that i started on TMW forum (truck model world)

the best decal i've produced is on the second photo of Fowler Welch Coolchain from one of their trailers.

thanks

Graham.
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ReviewImage Material used: Inkjet waterslide decal paper.

The entry is a decorated Stratocaster in the Jimi Hendrix Monterey Strat style. The decals are applied to the previously sprayed body and pickguard and then protected by several coats of clear nitrocellulose.
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ReviewImage I was originally after your transfer paper for a model I was to make. After some inspiration from my wife, I made some commemorative mugs for a 10th Anniversary weekend with a bunch of friends, which went down very nicely. I attached a couple of photo's of the mug and one of the guys with them.

One question for you. How do I protect the transfers against damage once applied. I bought some spray enamel to cover them but I have had some damage to the badge on my cup.

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Gary
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ReviewImage Hello!

Some time ago I used your Laser water-slide decal paper to make personalised Christmas baubles for my wedding table place names/ favours. We chose the design to coordinate with our invitations (which we also made but no artistic skills required!). We received many compliments & a mention on our photographers blog! http://blog.purvis-gisborne.co.uk/index.php?s=Fiona+and+David. The photos attached show the baubles being spray lacquered on our washing line at home.
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ReviewImage This is a bike I put together using a no-brand frame onto which I put the 'iBianch' decals using your clear decal paper. iBianch is a play on the Bianchi cycle manufacturer's brand name while I used the Apple font as a reference to its iPod/iBook/iMac. It's a comment on the all-pervasive branding in cycling, or something like that, if you want to get arty ;-) The bike looks cool and was about half the price of a comparable branded one.

Best regards,
Will
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ReviewImage Every decal/marking on the car and tyres was made using your Inkjet Water-Slide Decal Paper
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ReviewImage Good morning Crafty Computer Paper,

Attached is my entry for my Radio Controlled Car I race every week. I have over the years used the waterslide decal paper, clear & white, for many model car projects but not on my large scale RC cars. Being a Graphic Designer the design was not an issue but it's the quality of product I expect at the end and other papers I've used seem to tear easy or crack over time, even when lacquring?
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ReviewImage Hi there,
My name is Ryan Catterson, and I am a student at Queen's University, Belfast. As with many students throughout the UK, money has been a problem for me, and the student loan just dosn't always cut it. I went about looking for a job, but after quite alot of applictions, no where seemed too keen to employ. This got me thinking on other ways to get a little income for myself.
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ReviewImage Here are my entries into the competition, I have used ink jet waterslide decals on my custom lego models, but I'm just a beginner at using the decal paper. These lego figures are all from the star wars universe. I'm a big fan and have recently got into making custom lego minifigs. I entered some of these minifigs into a star wars minifig competition, so my decal paper went to good use. I am currently working on some marvel superhero minifigs.
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ReviewImage This piece was done on a lambretta part
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ReviewImage I used inkjet waterslide paper white/clear
this is custom built all airbrushed effect
Liam Whitehead
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ReviewImage Hi I just thought I would let you know I have been messing about with the waterslide papers and I am really pleased with them I am just going to try a candle now but I have enclosed a photo of the mugs I have done this morning for my Grandchildren for Easter so thank you for your help.

Lynne
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ReviewImage Good afternoon,

Decal Transfer Paper
I've been building model cars for over 35 years (yes I am tired, old joke!) but this is the best paper I've used for making custom decals.
The attached photo is of a NASCAR stock car driven by Stanton Barrett.
The model has a base sprayed colour of yellow. I used the decal paper to print a red to orange faded set of stripes, the main numbers, the "hair of the dog logos and words.
The small sponsor decals are from the original model kit.
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ReviewImage Please see attached my entry. It's a model of an East Kent AEC Reliance / Park Royal coach from the 1960's. The details, grill destination blind, AEC badge, East Kent fleetname were all produced on crafty computer decal paper using an ALPS printer to print silver and gold etc. The model is unique, being a repainted and modified EFE diecast.

Hope you find it of interest!
Best Wishes
John Atwood
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ReviewImage Hi i've recently finished a project and thought i'd send it in.

Inkjet clear - waterslide decal paper. We're doing a Mercedes Actros group build that i started on TMW forum (truck model world)

thanks

Graham.
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ReviewImage my husband made these toy boxes so i decided to start decorating them
I used craty computer clear waterslide decal and tranfered to box i then decided to add glitter and a few gems to make it extra special this was the first 2 boxes i made.
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ReviewImage I would like to enter the have you got talent competition in the beginners catagory. I am sending an attachment of the photos showing a wedding candle and soap i have made using the inkjet water slide decal paper (clear) and the acrylic spray.
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ReviewImage I have done theses candles and all my friends love them and have asked me to do them one. thank you Lynne
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ReviewImage an example of your water slide decal paper (white) used to decorate a Märklin freightcar.


Kind regards
Jørgen Røn
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ReviewImage I used your inkjet water-slide decal paper for my radio control model plane. I the white paper because I was decorating over a dark surface.

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ReviewImage The jets model was built from a Corgi 1/50th scale flatbed model truck, with the bodywork built from sheet plastic. The transfers were produced using clear laser transfer paper printed on an Alps MD1000 thermal printer. The Dodgem model was made from a Cararama 1/72nd scale cement mixer tractor unit with the artic trailer being scratch-built from plastic sheet. The transfers were produced using clear laser paper and printed on a Samsung 550n colour laser printer.
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ReviewImage These electric jets are F84E Thunderjets -Jets from the 1950's. Both models are moulded in glass fibre from the same glass fibre moulds (made by myself). All insignia and writing, including the tiny stencil writing, except for the 'USAF' on top of the wings, is produced on your inkjet decal papers.

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ReviewImage Hi Charlotte,

For years now my Dad, John Morgan, of Shenfield, Essex, has been building musical instruments, not professionally although he has sold over 20 Celtic harps. He has also built a violin, a viola, and a very beautiful archtop jazz guitar. His latest project, the one in the photo, is an autoharp, built as a gift to the St. Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich.
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ReviewImage Project title: Refillable ceramic make-up packaging

Project purpose: Major project at Loughborough University in; 'Industrial design and technology'.

Product used: Inkjet-waterslide decal paper

Project details:

The ceramic packaging concept is a design that challenges our every day consumables that are continuously used and thrown away.
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ReviewImage These are Advent Candles I made for my grandchildren.
Regards,
Kirsten Fox
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ReviewImage Hello
this is is a wsi scania 1/50 scale diecast with custom decals made using you inkjet clear decal paper
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ReviewImage Ive attached a picture of my finished work. Its a 1/12th scale motorcycle - all the sponsors logos, etc on the bodywork were made with the decal paper, using both clear and white sheets. Hope you like.

Cheers,
Nick
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ReviewImage Great products keep up the good work.

My main use is of clear and white decal paper. The decals being applied to radio controlled model aircraft.

A picture of an example is attached.

Best wishes

John E Cruttenden
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ReviewImage Here are links to pictures of a model I made using your Laser water-slide decal paper:

It is an Airfix 1/48 Spitfire F22 with home made decals. It was only possible because of the white decal paper I purchased from yourselves.
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ReviewImage Hi,
Please find attached a photo of a Subbuteo table football team I made using the Water Slide decal paper and the fixing spray I bought from you.
The team is of Chesterfield 1892-1893.
I used the paper for the Union Jack decal on the front of the players shirts, the rest is hand painted.
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ReviewImage Hi

Here is a car i have painted.
It is 1:32 scale.
It started out all white as a plastic kit.
The orange and blue parts were painted.
The lettering, the red pinstripe and logos were made using white and clear decal paper form yourselves.

Thanks Richard
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ReviewImage Four years ago I and my young friend Bruno Spengler debuted in the DTM Championship.
On his birthday in August of that year I presented him with a model of this car when visiting him racing at the Nurburgring.
It was the first time I had tried the clear ink jet decal paper supplied by your company.
He still displays the model proudly to this day.
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ReviewImage These images are microscope slides done in the style of stain glass in which images are inserted and water slide transfers applied.
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ReviewImage Inkjet waterslide decal paper

Second time using the product

regards,

Ms Gemma Fairchild
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ReviewImage These coasters were made using the clear inkjet water slide decal, which I printed and then carefully applied to some natural stone tiles.

Lindsay Atkinson
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ReviewImage I am sending an attachment of the photos showing a wedding candle and soap i have made using the inkjet water slide decal paper (clear) and the acrylic spray.
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ReviewImage Hi
Just a quick one to send you an entry for your competition. I recently built this Airfix Catalina flying boat, and made a number of alterations to turn it into a Danish Navy version from the 1950s; the kit decals were for RAF or US versions, and Danish decals are hard to come by, so I decided to make my own using your inkjet transparency paper. As there is a white centre to the Danish roundel I printed red discs with a blank centre and cut them using a circle cutter. The hardest part was actually f
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ReviewImage I use your paper for logo's on the headstocks of the bass guitars that I make.

Up until now I have only bought Inkjet waterslide paper but will, no doubt, I will be trying some other products in the future.

Regards

Steve Morrison
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ReviewImage I am an experienced modeller, but this is the first time I have tried to make my own decals. I have used your clearcoat waterslide decal paper to bring a little life to my models. I actually drive these trucks for Business Post, and wanted to create models of them.
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ReviewImage my dh-100 vampire in italian colours
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ReviewImage RADIO CONTROLLED TURBINE JET F-84G THUNDERJET 1:5 SCALE
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ReviewImage The painter is created for a client, using your water slide decal paper to create the label on the tin of emulsion.

Both of these are commissions for my business Regards,

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ReviewImage Water Slide Decal applied to the body.
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ReviewImage 'I've been making models now for less than a year,
and using your waterslide paper it's easy to make a great looking model.'




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ReviewImage Please find attached a photo of a Subbuteo table football team I made using the Water Slide decal paper and the fixing spray I bought from you.

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ReviewImage 1) Strip to frame - remove all existing stickers with a scalpel 2) apply aerosol grey primer 3) apply aerosol white undercoat 4) print images of grass photograph onto Inkjet waterslide CLEAR decal paper - so that the white of the undercoat shines through the highlights of the image of the grass on the decal 5) apply to bike - around 5 sheets were used 6) print images of daisies onto WHITE - this is so that the daisies stand out from the underlying image of the grass decal - 2 pages were used 7) lots
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ReviewImage Hi there,

My brother-in-law informed me that you could buy blank Subbuteo players off the internet (he collects subbuteo) so I thought it would be a nice idea to paint a team for him for his birthday. I planned out how I would paint it but wasn't really sure how to put the sponsors on. Subbuteo players are pretty tiny and I knew it would be almost impossible to paint a sponsor on the player. I did some research and found out about water slide paper.
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ReviewImage I used inkjet waterslide paper white/clear
this is custom built all airbrushed effect
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ReviewImage Hi I just thought I would let you know I have been messing about with the waterslide papers and I am really pleased with them I am just going to try a candle now but I have enclosed a photo of the mugs I have done this morning for my Grandchildren for Easter so thank you for your help.

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Inkjet Compatible

Inkjet Water-Slide Decal Paper

Price From: £1.60

  • Make beautiful gifts and decorations for the home!
  • Ideal for applying to non-porous surfaces including painted wood, glass, plastic, melamine, soap, metal and wax
  • Use clear paper for light backgrounds
  • Use white paper for dark backgrounds
  • Only for items that will be handwashed (will not stand a trip in the dishwasher!)
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Clear

CPJ314A

A4 1 £1.60 In Stock
Clear

CPJ314B

A4 10 £12.29 In Stock
Clear

CPJ314C

A4 50 £51.99 In Stock
White

CPJ315A

A4 1 £1.60 In Stock
White

CPJ315B

A4 10 £12.29 In Stock
White

CPJ315C

A4 50 £51.99 In Stock
Clear

CPJ330A

A3 1 £2.49 In Stock
Clear

CPJ330B

A3 5 £10.49 In Stock
Clear

CPJ330C

A3 10 £18.99 In Stock
White

CPJ331A

A3 1 £2.49 In Stock
White

CPJ331B

A3 5 £10.49 In Stock
White

CPJ331C

A3 10 £18.99 In Stock

These are the papers you need if you want to apply your decals to any non-porous surface but don't need to put the finished object in the dishwasher. (You can hand-wash them in hot soapy water without the images fading or flaking off.) Our 'water-slide' papers are a 'dream come true' for model-makers: now you can make unique decals for all your trains, boats, planes, die casts, remote control models and the like. They're also perfect for transfers onto wood that has been painted or sealed, glass, plastics and melamine (for decorative plates, for example), soap and metal objects: no need to buy different papers for different surfaces. And if you fancy making the most stunning personalised candles they're ideal for transfers onto wax too: the candles will burn normally - if you can bear to watch your creations disappear, that is!

Use our inkjet water-slide decal sheets to make all sorts of personalised gifts for friends and family (and for dolls and their houses!).

Remember, if you don't fancy creating your own artwork and scanning it, there's a boundless supply of stuff out there on the internet ready to be downloaded and used to create your own unique decals!
We've got water-slide decal sheets for inkjet printers and for laser printers; we've got A4 sheets (available individually) and great-value packs of 50 A4 sheets.

Choose the right sheet according to the colour of the surface to which you will be applying the decal: broadly speaking you'll need clear paper for light backgrounds and white paper for dark backgrounds. Print your image (or text) onto the paper with your inkjet printer and then seal the ink with acrylic spray before submerging it in water for one minute. After submerging in water your decal is ready to be transferred onto your project. And once you've done this you just need to wait 24 hours for the transfer to sink into the object so that the edges cannot be felt. Perfect!

Once purchased you should store this decal paper carefully (away from moisture) and use it within one year.

For more info, and FAQ's Click Here.


Supplied in A4, 175 gsm.

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