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ReviewImage I used the clear transfer paper for all the decals that had no white in them and the white decals for all the opaque work. I was quite surprised that the transfers handled going right down to 0.2mm points for 'The Blades' lettering on the right wing!
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ReviewImage A model of a locomotive decorated as seen in the movie Unstoppable. The complete decoration is made using the Crafty decal papers.
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ReviewImage Here is an bamboo fishing float tube i made an used your water-slide transfer paper to put a transfer of a fish on it
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ReviewImage Locomotive model decorated as seen in the movie Unstoppable.
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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 To make my entry, I used Laser Clear Waterslide decal paper.

My entry is a LEGO Star Wars figure - the specific clone trooper being Commander Fox, a recreation of the LEGO company's version as well has having some arm and leg decals of my own design.

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ReviewImage The attached photos show my model offshore racing boat. It is radio controlled and uses a 13cc Italian racing engine. Although not a 'scale' boat (it is an out and out racing boat) I have tried to make it look similar to the full sized one. So far it has only had one race which was in the sea at Weymouth where I came 6th, which is good for a first outing.
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ReviewImage This is a guitar effects pedal that I decorated using inkjet water-slide decal paper. The circuit for the pedal is based on a 'tube screamer', an effect that a produces creamy over-driven sound from your amp. Due to the creaminess of the sound and my favourite biscuit being the custard cream, I decided to make the enclosure for the effect into a great big custard cream.
As the pedal is something I use a lot, the finish is a bit more speckled now, compared to when I finished it; however I think this jus
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ReviewImage 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.
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ReviewImage I've attached a photo for you, the decals were produced on a Alps printer using clear laser decal paper.

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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. I can take better, closer-up pictures if you'd like them when I am back
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ReviewImage I used the laser decal paper in my Samsung CLP-300 colour laser printer to make the water slide decal. It is of a print given to me by the family of the little girl, whose name is featured on the plate. I used an 11 inch china plate, with a narrow silver band around the edge. I have now started using the magic decal paper with good effect, in making presents for friends and family.

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ReviewImage 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! The photos attached show the baubles being spray lacquered on our washing line at home (by my long suffering husband on the eve of the wedding itself!)
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ReviewImage Just before Xmas I ordered some water slide decal paper from you. I
used this to make a decal sheet to go with a 1/48 Tiger Moth kit which I
gave to my nephew, Ben for Xmas. This allowed him to make a model of
the Tiger Moth in which he flew last summer.

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ReviewImage These are a few of the things I do with the inkjet decals I get a photo and print it out onto the decal and spray with the acrylic spray and when dry I put onto candles and that's how easy it is just cut the decal out and place in water for 30 sec and then slide onto the candle. Everyone loves them as it makes a gift so personal.

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ReviewImage The Royal Standard is a pub that I have used for the last thirty years in Portsmouth.It is world famous because of its Royal Navy connections,and is commonly known as ruby's because she has been the landlady there since 1961.
Sadly I was informed last night that she passed away sunday night.I have made nine plates so far and hundreds of coasters,at least a few people have got a momento to cherish.
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ReviewImage Hi there - here's my bike!
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ReviewImage Enclosed is a photo of a model, not yet completed, but with a selection of decals applied showing 3 Air Forces insignia.
I found one application of car spray varnish was enough to allow the decal to slide, but as the decals are very thin, care is needed as they are released from the backing. The decals in the photo were at 1/144th scale, and are actually only 6mm in diameter.
Hope that this letter & photo are OK. I know that this idea of the Air Force decals is for me, but it may give someone an
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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 To make my entry, I used Laser Clear Waterslide decal paper.

My entry is a LEGO Star Wars figure - the specific clone trooper being Commander Fox, a recreation of the LEGO company's version as well has having some arm and leg decals of my own design.

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ReviewImage The attached photos show my model offshore racing boat. It is radio controlled and uses a 13cc Italian racing engine. Although not a 'scale' boat (it is an out and out racing boat) I have tried to make it look similar to the full sized one. So far it has only had one race which was in the sea at Weymouth where I came 6th, which is good for a first outing.
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ReviewImage Products used in all photos: Clear waterslide decal paper for larger transfers, and clear rub on decals for smaller logos and details, plus satin varnish spray.

I am also demonstrating the waterslide decals system at a forthcoming exhibition at Peterborough.
The models I've created have been for use on model railway layouts, where a realistic finish was essential in order to create the right look and allow the model to blend in to the scenery.
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ReviewImage I used clear and white adhesive film and water-slides on this model. The instrument panel can just be seen in the picture. I have now drawn up over 60 decal sets for flying models and have supplied customers worldwide thanks to help from CCP.
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Ian Brown.
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ReviewImage This is a photo of the unity candle I made for my friends wedding, using the inkjet clear decal paper and self adhesive gems.

Hope you like it.
Gail Peat
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ReviewImage Many thanks for your admiration of work done but it did not all go according to plan.

Anywhere there is pertol, oil and grease, acrylic varnish just disolves as happened on the tank decals. A dribble of petrol from the filler nozzle ran down the sides of the tank destroying the decals which then had to be taken off. A better job in sealing the decals would be to coat them with the clear laqeur used to coat brass/copper items to stop them from tarnishing, as this is impervious to petrol and oil!
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ReviewImage Hi Charlotte,

Please find attached some pics of what I do with your waterslide paper, both white & clear. I repaint & restore model cars etc, mainly Dinky & Corgi, & use your excellent paper along with
a Canon bubble jet printer to make replacement decals for them.

Regards

Neil
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ReviewImage Hi there,
When I purchased my white decal paper a little while back, I mentioned that I would send some pics of the finished article once applied to my scooter. I'm more than happy with the result and we will be featuring it in the magazine I write for. I will put a link to your website and state what a great product It is. You may notice that one of the decals has an autograph on it, thats the lead singer of a band called the Ordinary Boys (supporting Paul Weller this year and had two chart albums).
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ReviewImage I used your decal paper to make my wedding favours/place names. I found using the products a little fiddly at first, but after the first 20 or so I soon got the hang of it! Occasionally I would accidently stretch the decal as I was putting it on the candle but I think this was probably my fault as opposed to the product. I have since been making commemorative candles for my friends who are having babies and have a few more to come in the near future!
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ReviewImage The model is a Rover 6hp from 1906 in 1/32nd scale. It would look nothing without the pinstriping.
I drew the wings and other parts into Photoshop and applied the overall colour of the paint as well as the stripes, that way there was no need to try to apply fiddly thin stripes. Once applied, the whole was given a final coat of varnish and, as you can see it looks as though the pinstripes were applied by themselves. Without Crafty Computer Paper decals it would have been impossible to produce.
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ReviewImage Hi Everyone, I designed two decals, one for each side of the helicopter, with his name and the helicopters “pet” name in the shape of a T rex – the type of the model. I had no idea what space he might have available for the decals (if any) or what colour scheme any of the bespoke decals/transfers would be which came as part of the kit. Thanks to everyone at Crafty Computer Paper – I’m already dreaming up more plans to try out some of your other products.

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ReviewImage I made small and large christening candles. I also make candles for people’s birthday with things like star signs etc. I used crafty waterslide decal paper. I make a design in Photoshop, print it, spray it with thin lacquer three times, and let it dry in between coats. Then I put decals in a big bucket of 37 degree warm water and dip the candles in the water and put the decal on, that way you don’t get the wrinkles! Let it dry... spray again... and done!

Catharina Meuzelaar
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ReviewImage Water-slide decal papers – white and clear. Printed on a Canon Prima MP560
Model buses signed to appear alongside a model railway diorama.
Now if you’d make white and gold inks for my printer that would be really marvellous!!!

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ReviewImage The model is built in 1/76th scale from a Cararama cab/chassis with a scratch built bodywork from plastic card. The chequer bands, battenburg livery including the name plates & the roller shutter lockers were laser printed using white backed decal paper. The reversed lettering on the cab front was printed on an Alps thermal printer using clear decal paper.
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ReviewImage Dear Crafty Computer Paper,
I have attached some photos to show you how we have used the water-slide laser printed clear decal paper on our product.
The church window was required to look like a proper stained glass window, so we created a stained glass design, and printed it onto clear decal paper. We attached the decal to 1.5mm thickness of plastic sheeting, and then varnished over the decal to seal the decal to the plastic window.
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ReviewImage I've done quite a few of these mugs promoting my daughter's business.
Once I got used to the water-slip decal technique I found them easy to do.
I managed to fit 18 logo's on one A4 sheet so the job was very economical.
To have had mugs like these done by a specialist company would have cost her quite a few £'s, money she would rather spend on stock. Good Luck and Best Wishes

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ReviewImage This is a guitar effects pedal that I decorated using inkjet water-slide decal paper. The circuit for the pedal is based on a 'tube screamer', an effect that a produces creamy over-driven sound from your amp. Due to the creaminess of the sound and my favourite biscuit being the custard cream, I decided to make the enclosure for the effect into a great big custard cream.
As the pedal is something I use a lot, the finish is a bit more speckled now, compared to when I finished it; however I think this jus
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ReviewImage 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 I've attached a photo for you, the decals were produced on a Alps printer using clear laser decal paper.

Best regards

Graham Willey
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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. I can take better, closer-up pictures if you'd like them when I am back
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ReviewImage I used the laser decal paper in my Samsung CLP-300 colour laser printer to make the water slide decal. It is of a print given to me by the family of the little girl, whose name is featured on the plate. I used an 11 inch china plate, with a narrow silver band around the edge. I have now started using the magic decal paper with good effect, in making presents for friends and family.

Jeff Williams
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ReviewImage 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! The photos attached show the baubles being spray lacquered on our washing line at home (by my long suffering husband on the eve of the wedding itself!)
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ReviewImage Just before Xmas I ordered some water slide decal paper from you. I
used this to make a decal sheet to go with a 1/48 Tiger Moth kit which I
gave to my nephew, Ben for Xmas. This allowed him to make a model of
the Tiger Moth in which he flew last summer.

Best regards

Dave Lacey
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ReviewImage These are a few of the things I do with the inkjet decals I get a photo and print it out onto the decal and spray with the acrylic spray and when dry I put onto candles and that's how easy it is just cut the decal out and place in water for 30 sec and then slide onto the candle. Everyone loves them as it makes a gift so personal.

thank you
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ReviewImage The Royal Standard is a pub that I have used for the last thirty years in Portsmouth.It is world famous because of its Royal Navy connections,and is commonly known as ruby's because she has been the landlady there since 1961.
Sadly I was informed last night that she passed away sunday night.I have made nine plates so far and hundreds of coasters,at least a few people have got a momento to cherish.
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ReviewImage Hi there - here's my bike!
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ReviewImage Enclosed is a photo of a model, not yet completed, but with a selection of decals applied showing 3 Air Forces insignia.
I found one application of car spray varnish was enough to allow the decal to slide, but as the decals are very thin, care is needed as they are released from the backing. The decals in the photo were at 1/144th scale, and are actually only 6mm in diameter.
Hope that this letter & photo are OK. I know that this idea of the Air Force decals is for me, but it may give someone an
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ReviewImage Products used in all photos: Clear waterslide decal paper for larger transfers, and clear rub on decals for smaller logos and details, plus satin varnish spray.

I am also demonstrating the waterslide decals system at a forthcoming exhibition at Peterborough.
The models I've created have been for use on model railway layouts, where a realistic finish was essential in order to create the right look and allow the model to blend in to the scenery.
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ReviewImage The car driven by Prince Michael of Kent from London to Mexico City in the 1970 World Cup Rally.
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ReviewImage I used clear and white adhesive film and water-slides on this model. The instrument panel can just be seen in the picture. I have now drawn up over 60 decal sets for flying models and have supplied customers worldwide thanks to help from CCP.
Regards,
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ReviewImage This is a photo of the unity candle I made for my friends wedding, using the inkjet clear decal paper and self adhesive gems.

Hope you like it.
Gail Peat
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ReviewImage Many thanks for your admiration of work done but it did not all go according to plan.

Anywhere there is pertol, oil and grease, acrylic varnish just disolves as happened on the tank decals. A dribble of petrol from the filler nozzle ran down the sides of the tank destroying the decals which then had to be taken off. A better job in sealing the decals would be to coat them with the clear laqeur used to coat brass/copper items to stop them from tarnishing, as this is impervious to petrol and oil!
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ReviewImage Hi Charlotte,

Please find attached some pics of what I do with your waterslide paper, both white & clear. I repaint & restore model cars etc, mainly Dinky & Corgi, & use your excellent paper along with
a Canon bubble jet printer to make replacement decals for them.

Regards

Neil
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ReviewImage Hi there,
When I purchased my white decal paper a little while back, I mentioned that I would send some pics of the finished article once applied to my scooter. I'm more than happy with the result and we will be featuring it in the magazine I write for. I will put a link to your website and state what a great product It is. You may notice that one of the decals has an autograph on it, thats the lead singer of a band called the Ordinary Boys (supporting Paul Weller this year and had two chart albums).
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ReviewImage I used your decal paper to make my wedding favours/place names. I found using the products a little fiddly at first, but after the first 20 or so I soon got the hang of it! Occasionally I would accidently stretch the decal as I was putting it on the candle but I think this was probably my fault as opposed to the product. I have since been making commemorative candles for my friends who are having babies and have a few more to come in the near future!
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ReviewImage The model is a Rover 6hp from 1906 in 1/32nd scale. It would look nothing without the pinstriping.
I drew the wings and other parts into Photoshop and applied the overall colour of the paint as well as the stripes, that way there was no need to try to apply fiddly thin stripes. Once applied, the whole was given a final coat of varnish and, as you can see it looks as though the pinstripes were applied by themselves. Without Crafty Computer Paper decals it would have been impossible to produce.
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ReviewImage Hi Everyone, I designed two decals, one for each side of the helicopter, with his name and the helicopters “pet” name in the shape of a T rex – the type of the model. I had no idea what space he might have available for the decals (if any) or what colour scheme any of the bespoke decals/transfers would be which came as part of the kit. Thanks to everyone at Crafty Computer Paper – I’m already dreaming up more plans to try out some of your other products.

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ReviewImage I made small and large christening candles. I also make candles for people’s birthday with things like star signs etc. I used crafty waterslide decal paper. I make a design in Photoshop, print it, spray it with thin lacquer three times, and let it dry in between coats. Then I put decals in a big bucket of 37 degree warm water and dip the candles in the water and put the decal on, that way you don’t get the wrinkles! Let it dry... spray again... and done!

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ReviewImage Water-slide decal papers – white and clear. Printed on a Canon Prima MP560
Model buses signed to appear alongside a model railway diorama.
Now if you’d make white and gold inks for my printer that would be really marvellous!!!

Stuart Bell
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ReviewImage The model is built in 1/76th scale from a Cararama cab/chassis with a scratch built bodywork from plastic card. The chequer bands, battenburg livery including the name plates & the roller shutter lockers were laser printed using white backed decal paper. The reversed lettering on the cab front was printed on an Alps thermal printer using clear decal paper.
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ReviewImage Dear Crafty Computer Paper,
I have attached some photos to show you how we have used the water-slide laser printed clear decal paper on our product.
The church window was required to look like a proper stained glass window, so we created a stained glass design, and printed it onto clear decal paper. We attached the decal to 1.5mm thickness of plastic sheeting, and then varnished over the decal to seal the decal to the plastic window.
As you can see from the photo, when the light shines, it c
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ReviewImage I've done quite a few of these mugs promoting my daughter's business.
Once I got used to the water-slip decal technique I found them easy to do.
I managed to fit 18 logo's on one A4 sheet so the job was very economical.
To have had mugs like these done by a specialist company would have cost her quite a few £'s, money she would rather spend on stock. Good Luck and Best Wishes

Irene Manning
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ReviewImage Very often old guitars lose their logos from headstocks, either through damage or willful removal. I use laser water-slide decal papers to make new ones and what a fabulous material it is!
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ReviewImage This model was built using your clear laser decal paper. The quality is superb. It's the best decal paper I have ever used.
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ReviewImage I have recently restored a vintage Carlton bicycle. I have re-sprayed the frame and made all the transfers to match the originals as closely as possible. The transfers were all made using white laser waterslide decal paper.
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ReviewImage I've used both the clear and the white papers, the clear is great floated over gold leaf as it gives a strong rich and luxurious feel to the work, over bare wood it allows the grain to show through and I use the white when I need something truly opaque that will allow the image to stand out.
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ReviewImage The model is a plain white Ford Transit van from Oxford Diecast, all the artwork has been laser printed using clear laser decal paper.
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ReviewImage Here are some table centres I created for my son’s wedding. The watering cans were decorated using your water-slide paper. Eight different trees were used to denote the different tables in a seating plan.
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ReviewImage I used laser water-slide decal paper in white to create white letters. The letters were made with a red background which I cut as close to as possible, these were finally sealed with a glossy varnish.
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Laser Compatible

Laser Water-Slide Decal Paper

Price From: £1.99

  • Easily create original pieces of art work to accent your decor
  • 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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Size Pack Size Price Quantity
Clear

CPL210A

A4 per sheet £1.99 In Stock
Clear

CPL210B

A4 10 £16.49 In Stock
Clear

CPL210C

A4 50 £65.99 In Stock
White

CPL211A

A4 per sheet £1.99 In Stock
White

CPL211B

A4 10 £16.49 In Stock
White

CPL211C

A4 50 £65.99 In Stock
Clear

CPL271A

A3 1 £2.15 In Stock
Clear

CPL271B

A3 5 £9.55 In Stock
Clear

CPL271C

A3 10 £17.55 In Stock
White

CPL274A

A3 1 £2.15 In Stock
White

CPL274B

A3 5 £9.55 In Stock
White

CPL274C

A3 10 £17.55 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!

( this video shows how to use the inkjet water-slide paper, you use the laser paper in exactly the same way but you do not need to spray it with acrylic spray after printing.)
Use our laser 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 using your laser printer: no need to seal the ink before submerging in water. After submerging 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 your decal paper carefully (away from moisture) and use it within one year.


Supplied in A4, 170 gsm.

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