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June 7, 2011

ReCycle ReUse ReDesign: Honey Bee

Another Great Method For Transfer

This method uses Modge Podge which
is always a great, multi-purpose
product for so many things. This is
really great. Very similar to the
previous post I did tonight where
Liquitex from Michael's was used.
I'm going to try the Modge Podge
and I know I will use it more often
simply because I have an inkjet
printer and I won't have to pay
for a printed image (the other method
uses a laser image).
Click below to go there
Warm Regards, Susan


The French Bear said...

Looks interesting, I would love to figure out how to transfer onto fabric without the printer...I have heard that you can do it with Citrasolve or something...have your heard of that?
Margaret B

Susan said...

Yes,Margaret...I just read about that the other day. And darn, do you think I can remember where? I'm going to look over my Google History and let you know one way or the other. I think you can do it with magazine pages and all sorts of things.
Warm Regards,

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