Posts Tagged ‘TAP’

Win a spot in Lesley Riley’s Mastering the Art of Transfers TAP class!

UPDATE! The winner is Linda McGlaughlin. Thanks to everybody who participated here. Check out the blog list below for other chances to win. 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 […]

Have you tried Transfer Artist Paper?

My dear friend Lesley Riley has a new book out for how to use the transfer paper she developed called TAP. The book is filled with great information including the pro’s and cons of using TAP on different substrates; fabric, lutradur, glass, metal, wood, paper, clay…, examples of all sorts of different ways to use […]

Make it University Samples

I modified the design of the Metal Magic project somewhat for the workshop in Long Beach, making the kits with a piece of white cotton fabric (on right) for making the image transfer. I thought some people may prefer that look to the canvas, but I am bringing squares of canvas for people to use […]

Playing with TAP

TAP, Transfer Artist Paper, is a coated paper that you put in your computer printer and print images onto, then you can cut out the images and iron them onto another surface; fabric, paper etc. One happy accident I had while transferring images to organza was that if you have fabric underneath the organza the […]