Friday 17 April 2015

Premium TRANSFER PAPER Tape ~ Product Review

Craft Transfer Paper


0.5cm by 2.4M (12in. x 8ft.) 
Roll with GRID for even cutting

As a frugal paper crafter 
it is a bonus for me to get a lovely paper positive 
and a substantial negative stencil - 
as well as the stand alone die cut vinyl
embellishment from one item.  

This is a great addition to my craft.  
I used an Ebosser but would work just as well 
with a manual die cutting machine.

Vinyl has memory, which means it will roll
back to it's original position.
It has improved stability and "cutting".

The transfer paper is 3 mll thick
which makes it a more premium product.

It is made to be used more indoors than outdoors.

It's great to use for home decor, weddings,
scrapbooking, stencilling, papercrafting,
signs, windows, glasses, tiles and so much more.

Transfer tape means that if you cut out a vinyl design
you can then easily transfer it onto your surface.
The lines means that you can get everything straight
and then you rub the vinyl and pull of the transfer tape
and presto it's all transferred so that 
you don't have to worry about aligning your design.

If you have a cutting machine
why not cut out your name or any design you prefer.
Take away the excess vinyl.
The add your transfer tape so that the design is straight.

You can then take the vinyl off the backing paper.
Place it on the required surface.
Rub your design.
Pull of the design and you are left with a professional design and none of the hassle.
No more using lines and markings to put everything straight,
just use your transfer tape with the grid lines.

If you use a lot of vinyl products then
this is well worth buying.
You'll wonder how you lived without it.


I received the book to review. 
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were exchanged.


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