Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Waterslide Decals

Some of you asked how I made my Paris print

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so I thought I would share this great product with you.

Lazertran is a product made in the UK, they have many different types of products but the one I've tried and really like is the

waterslide decal for inkjet printers

Lazertran Inkjet

All you do is print your image onto the decal paper using your inkjet printer, let the ink set and soak in water. The decal can be added to glass, wood, tile, canvas, etc.

 

The product isn't cheap but I've found the best price is here.

Happy crafting!

17 comments:

  1. Your print is just gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Daphne

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  2. Thank you! So this doesn't leave behind any like residue from the parts that aren't printed on? do you know what I mean? Like if you use a regular iron on transfer on cloth, it'll leave transfer on there. ?

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  3. Have used the rub on transfer by the same company, it's ok but I'm going to try the waterslide next time.

    Loved your graphics!

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  4. Beautiful! I wasn't aware of the product. Have seen where you can try to create your own, but this is much, much better. Thanks for the info and your print is awesome!

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  5. I have been using this product for a couple of years and I love it! Thanks for sharing the best price!!

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  6. Did I tell you how much I love my Paris print? Or should say how much I am IN love with it?! =) Thank you so much!

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  7. I've used this too with success. Thanks for the link for the best price.
    Jane

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  8. Thanks, T! I really am going to try one of these, they are so beautiful!

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  9. Trixie you are amazing! I love stopping by. You always have the greatest ideas to share.

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  10. Those are so cool!! I will definitely be getting me this product! Thanks
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  11. I get the best, most practical ideas from you! Your matte spray on heat transfered burlap is brilliant! Thank you.

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  12. Trixie, I always wondered what Lasertran was! I can think of a million uses. Thanks for the tip! Sherry

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  13. Trixie,
    Thanks for the info. I just ordered the transfer paper. You always have the best and most creative ideas.

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  14. Thanks so much for the link for this product. I've never used it before & can't wait to try it. Love your blog too. ~Sue~

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  15. I awarded you a Kreativ Blogger award! Check it out here:

    http://onecheapbitch.blogspot.com/2010/02/kreativ-blogger-award-who-me.html

    Jeanine

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  16. Oh thanks for the info. I checked them out and bookmarked the site. I have lots of ideas for their use!

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  17. Like if you use a regular iron on transfer on cloth, it'll leave transfer on there

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