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My good friend, artist and author, Lesley Riley has a new online class at CraftArtEdu. This is an online video class that you can watch on your computer anytime you want, indefinitely. In the class Lesley demonstrates a variety of ways to use TAP- Transfer Artist Paper on surfaces like paper, fabric, wood and metal.
If you’re not familiar with TAP, it’s a paper used in an ink jet printer to print your choice of images onto, and then transfer the printed image to another surface with a hot iron.
One of the cool things that sets TAP apart from other transfer products is that you can draw or paint on the printed image and then when you transfer it, everything is transferred to the surface and is permanent even if you use a water soluble media on the TAP paper.
I used TAP in several places when I made these embossed metal books with canvas pages a few years ago to play with mixed media techniques.
Bird painting transferred with TAP onto fabric and stitched to canvas
Bird painting printed on TAP and transferred to canvas and Black & White image transferred to tea bag
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Please drop by Lesley’s blog and leave a comment there to win a free 5-sheet package of TAP.
Drop by these blogs for another chance to win
June 26 – Christine Urias – Scraptime
June 27 – Karen Watson — The Graphics Fairy
June 28 – Judy Coates Perez – Judy Coates Perez
June 29 – Theresa Wells Stifel – Stifel & Capra
June 30 – Lynn Krawczyk – Fiber Artysta
July 1 – Claudine Hellmuth – Claudine Hellmuth
July 2 – Gina Rossi Armfield – Joyful Purpose
July 3 – Carolyn Dube – A Colorful Journey
July 4 – Liz Kettle – Stitch Journeys
July 5 – Jane LaFazio – Janeville
July 6 – Joanne Sharpe – Whimspirations
July 7 – Pam Carriker – Pam Carriker
July 8 – Theresa Martin - Theresa Martin
A few things to know about TAP
TAP was named the Most Innovative New Product at CHA in 2011