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ReviewImage Please find attached photos of a fabric photo book I made for my brother to celebrate his 40th birthday. I used both Cotton Inkjet Sheets and Artist Transfer Paper to make it.

I love both products and do use them both a lot during my textile art hobby.

Lesley Brown
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ReviewImage Product Used: Transfer Artist Paper

I do a lot of hiking and camping. Sometimes it's difficult for friends to find me on a crowded campsite; so I wanted something to distinguish me from that crowd.

The best way for that was to have some kind of flag, but to buy a custom made one was to expensive. So I decided to make my own.

This is the finished flag attacted to a walking stick, and its turned out better than I hoped for.
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ReviewImage To make this journal I used a printable fabric sheet, and TAP paper. A photo of the bark of a Silver Birch was my inspiration, and more photos were transferred using the TAP paper.

Angela Huddart.
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ReviewImage the photo shows the TAP artist paper after I'd ironed it onto a t-shirt and after I'd added a couple of sparkles!


Best regards

Joanna
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ReviewImage Photo Montage cushion with images of my daughter.
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ReviewImage Although the Transfer Artist Paper is for use on light fabrics it has been applied here to a dark brown t-shirt and works great for silhouette images
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ReviewImage Please find attached photos of a fabric photo book I made for my brother to celebrate his 40th birthday. I used both Cotton Inkjet Sheets and Artist Transfer Paper to make it.

I love both products and do use them both a lot during my textile art hobby.

Lesley Brown
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ReviewImage Penny Cats
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ReviewImage Using TAP, I copied a photo of the Union Flag several times and placed them randomly on an inexpensive white T shirt
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ReviewImage Product Used: Transfer Artist Paper

I do a lot of hiking and camping. Sometimes it's difficult for friends to find me on a crowded campsite; so I wanted something to distinguish me from that crowd.

The best way for that was to have some kind of flag, but to buy a custom made one was to expensive. So I decided to make my own.

This is the finished flag attacted to a walking stick, and its turned out better than I hoped for.
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ReviewImage To make this journal I used a printable fabric sheet, and TAP paper. A photo of the bark of a Silver Birch was my inspiration, and more photos were transferred using the TAP paper.

Angela Huddart.
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ReviewImage the photo shows the TAP artist paper after I'd ironed it onto a t-shirt and after I'd added a couple of sparkles!


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Joanna
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ReviewImage Sweet little tote bags for those ladies who love to shop!

Faith the Devon Rex cat sports her little red Gucci dress & Boots whilst out shopping!

A very must have item from Maystar Design and the Artist Nicole S J Rankin
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ReviewImage Here is my cushion design using Lesley Riley's Transfer Artist paper. Using my own art work, I then embellished it with stitching pom poms!
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Inkjet Compatible

Lesley Riley TAP - Transfer Artist Paper

Price From: £10.99

  • A premium quality transfer paper, TAP is designed to work on light or pastel surfaces
  • Use with a printer or draw your design directly onto the paper using fabric colouring pencils, markers and crayons
  • Transfer designs onto virtually any surface with the heat of an iron
  • Once transferred images are colourfast and washable on fabric
  • Why not try using TAP with some of our t-shirts from our great garment range?
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Size Pack Size Price Quantity
White

CSP103A

US Letter Size 5 £10.99 In Stock

Transfer on Fabric plus many other surfaces including wood, polymer, canvas, glass plus more

These are iron-on transfer for almost any surface.

No Hands! Once transferred, the image is fused into the fibres of the fabric. it virtually becomes a part of the material. Stretch it! after the image has cooled you can stretch the fabric and it will have no impact on the image. it won't even crack!

Versatility of Applications! You have the ability to apply this paper to 100% cotton, silk, polyester, spandex, lycra blends, genuine leather and many more substrates.

Iron over transfers! You can iron directly over a transferred image without an overlay sheet. The image will not be affected at all. This feature also allows you the opportunity to add and layer additional image to your quilt or project without the need to worry about peeling previous images off.

Wash-ability! An image applied using this paper can be washed in a bleach cycle without the worry of any bleeding.

Crayon, Markers and Colouring Pencils! You can not only place these sheets in an inkjet printer, this product has been formulated to accept drawings or designs made with crayons, markers and colouring pencils which you can iron onto substrates. Indefinite washing will have no impact on these colour materials as well.

The TAP is mainly used for light or pastel coloured surfaces.

Lesley Riley is a famous Textile Artist in the US and she has developed this product, She has kindly given permission for Crafty Computer Paper to sell TAP Artist Transfer Paper here in the UK.

TAP is available to buy in pack of 5 US letter size, all instructions are included.


U.S. Letter and A4 sized paper are very similar in size. Most printers will have a U.S. Letter setting as well as A4. (A4 - 210mm x 297mm, U.S.Letter - 215.9mm x 279.4mm)

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