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ReviewImage Students from Gaza were asked to produce a collection of drawings depicting traditions and everyday life in Palestine. The drawings were then transferred onto ceramic plates.
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ReviewImage These skull designs were made using your magic decal paper
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ReviewImage Here is a pin cushion house I made using the printable cotton fabric. I used my own illustrations to create the front and back of a house. It has been put together using a combination of machine and hand sewing. I also make smaller ones in the same fabric.
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ReviewImage I used Magic Decal Paper with my Samsung colour laser printer. The demonstration on the website made it very easy and, although I made a couple of silly mistakes when handling the wet decals on the mugs, I made enough decals to get it right in the end
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ReviewImage I created this personalised mug using the laser waterslide paper then added Swarovski elements for a bit of sparkle!
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ReviewImage This ceramic heart features an original poem printed on your decal transfer sheets on five of the tiles. The nails are track pins as used by model railway makers.
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ReviewImage I used your magic decal paper to decorate this china. Tea for two with a twist!
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ReviewImage Here's a photo of my handbuilt "Aloha" guitar featuring your inkjet transfer paper. The guitar was finished in acrylic car paints....several layers of 1950's "surf green", the Aloha logo was applied to the headstock & an hawaiian flower to the body & then nearly six cans of clear laquer applied over several weeks to give a very deep shine. The whole project took many months of work but without the professional looking logo's it would not look anywhere near as nice.
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ReviewImage I am attaching a photo of the sundial I made using the magic decal paper which you supplied. I have never made a sundial before nor used craft papers so technically may be a beginner, despite my (middle) age!
I made the sundial for the benefit of my father who was confined to bed but who had a good view of his windowsill. This explains why the sundial has the elongated shape and is only marked for the morning hours- it had to fit on the sill, and the sun only shone on the window in the morning.
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ReviewImage i made these keepsake boxes using your waterslide decal paper. it's a fab way of making a personalised gift for those really hard to buy for people or they make a great special wedding or anniversary gift for those magic moments. they are very easy to make & really do put a smile a people's faces.
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I used the magic decal paper to transfer my illustrations onto a range of white ware. This is for my final major project at University for the Creative Arts in Epsom where I am studying graphic design. The range is called "Bone China" and the illustrations are inspired my 19th Century medical drawings. I experimented with the decal paper by trying to make it wrap around awkward shaped objects as well as cutting up whole illustrations to be used over two or three pieces.
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ReviewImage Charlotte hi.

I used Crafty Papers slide decal paper recently to make some mugs for my parents guesthouse. The result was brilliant, thanks for such a great product.
We made 20 overall costing roughly £1 a mug- only 1 has been broken so far. Please find attached photos.

Kind regards,
Sean
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ReviewImage Here's a photo of my handbuilt "Aloha" guitar featuring your inkjet transfer paper. The guitar was finished in acrylic car paints....several layers of 1950's "surf green", the Aloha logo was applied to the headstock & an hawaiian flower to the body & then nearly six cans of clear laquer applied over several weeks to give a very deep shine. The whole project took many months of work but without the professional looking logo's it would not look anywhere near as nice.
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ReviewImage I am attaching a photo of the sundial I made using the magic decal paper which you supplied. I have never made a sundial before nor used craft papers so technically may be a beginner, despite my (middle) age!
I made the sundial for the benefit of my father who was confined to bed but who had a good view of his windowsill. This explains why the sundial has the elongated shape and is only marked for the morning hours- it had to fit on the sill, and the sun only shone on the window in the morning.
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ReviewImage I used your inkjet water-slide decal paper to create these projects and had great pleasure using the products and was very happy with the end result. Although I am a graphic designer and mainly manufacture greeting cards, I enjoy using decals in my spare time and creating one off projects and limited runs.
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ReviewImage Hello,

I used the magic decal paper to transfer my illustrations onto a range of white ware. This is for my final major project at University for the Creative Arts in Epsom where I am studying graphic design. The range is called "Bone China" and the illustrations are inspired my 19th Century medical drawings. I experimented with the decal paper by trying to make it wrap around awkward shaped objects as well as cutting up whole illustrations to be used over two or three pieces.
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ReviewImage Charlotte hi.

I used Crafty Papers slide decal paper recently to make some mugs for my parents guesthouse. The result was brilliant, thanks for such a great product.
We made 20 overall costing roughly £1 a mug- only 1 has been broken so far. Please find attached photos.

Kind regards,
Sean
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ReviewImage I used your inkjet water-slide decal paper to create these projects and had great pleasure using the products and was very happy with the end result. Although I am a graphic designer and mainly manufacture greeting cards, I enjoy using decals in my spare time and creating one off projects and limited runs.
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Laser Compatible

Magic Decal Paper

Price From: £3.25

  • Design your own decorative projects with Magic Decal!
  • Professional decal paper transfers which can be washed in the dishwasher
  • Use a laser printer (or photocopier) and a laminator and then simply bake in a domestic oven!
  • Use clear paper for light coloured surfaces
  • Use white paper for dark coloured surfaces
  • Avoid placing decals on areas where food or drink may come into contact with it. EG for mugs, avoid inside and mouth area.
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Size Pack Size Price Quantity
Clear

CPL212A

A4 per sheet £3.25 In Stock
Clear

CPL212B

A4 5 £11.29 In Stock
Clear

CPL212C

A4 50 £96.25 In Stock
White

CPL213A

A4 per sheet £3.25 In Stock
White

CPL213B

A4 5 £11.29 In Stock
White

CPL213C

A4 50 £96.25 In Stock
Clear

CPL272A

A3 per sheet £4.25 In Stock
Clear

CPL272B

A3 5 £17.99 In Stock
Clear

CPL272C

A3 10 £32.99 In Stock
White

CPL273A

A3 per sheet £4.25 In Stock
White

CPL273B

A3 5 £17.99 In Stock
White

CPL273C

A3 10 £32.99 In Stock

This is the decal paper you need if you want to decorate ceramics with your transfers and then be able to wash the ceramics in the dishwasher. This amazing paper enables you to use a laser printer (or photocopier) in combination with a laminating machine and your domestic oven to achieve effects that, until now, required hugely expensive 'sublimation' machinery and inks. And we are the only people in the UK who are selling it.

There's a sequence of processes involved, but each stage is easy. Just follow our detailed instructions and you can't go wrong. The results are stunning!

Choose the decal paper according to the surface you'll be applying the decal to: clear for light-coloured surfaces and white for dark ones. Broadly speaking, what you do is to print the sheet (remembering to reverse your image/text, your computer will enable you to do this) before passing it through the laminator. If you do not have a laser printer you can use a photocopier to print. Roughly cut the image out of the sheet and use a damp cloth and water to slide the decal off. Position it your ceramic object and 'fire' it in the oven (8-10 minutes). Leave to 'harden' and for 24 hours - and nothing will fade or budge your design.

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Supplied in A4, 165 gsm.

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