24+ Great Ideas For Transfering Graphics On Furniture

A French Tole Peinte Lamp of Empire Style Christies $2,420

Tole painting is when paint and lacquer is applied to tin. Lacquered metal was painted as a way to prevent common household objects from rusting. Tole refers to decorated tin and iron wares from 1700-1900; although many people also refer it to
painted metal-ware from the late 19th to mid 20th Century.

-Pattern Transfer Paper for Wood $12

-Printworks T-Shirt Transfers -Printworks White T-Shirt Transfers were designed with a new transfer technology and a cool-peel formula that makes printing and applying them effortless. Just design the transfer using your computer and creative software, print it on any brand of inkjet printer and then iron it to white cotton or white cotton/poly blend fabric. Wait for the transfer to cool and then peel off the backing. It's that easy!

-HP Iron-On Transfers, 8.5 x 11 Inch, 12 Pack $13

-Transfer Magic Ink Jet Transfer Paper, 14-Pack $13

-Ink Jet Transfer Paper For Dark Fabric $11

-Speedball Mona Lisa 9-Inch-by-12-Inch Graphite Paper, This quality graphite paper is ideal for transferring images. Artwork and images can be easily transferred by placing graphite paper (graphite-side down) on project surface, then placing artwork or image to transfer on top of the graphite paper, then tracing over the image with a stylus, pencil or pen. Contains one 9-inch by 12-inch sheet of black graphite paper.

Links From The Graphics Fairy Blog

-How to Transfer Typography onto Furniture : This is a two part Tutorial showing how to blow up your image really big, using a free program, and an easy cheap transfer method, so that you can paint your image on large or small pieces of Furniture, Walls or Signs.

-The Citra Solv Method : This method uses a cleaning product called Citra Solv. This one works well with Fabric projects, like Towels, Pillows, Chair Seats and Lampshades. This method will give you a slightly faded, slightly imperfect, transfer for an old world look.

-The Wax Paper MethodThe only supplies you need are your Printer and some Wax Paper and the super simple Tutorial from Angela at Unexpected Elegance!

-The Freezer Paper Method: This one is similar to the one above, only you use Freezer Paper instead of Wax Paper. Lesa at Home Frosting has a fabulous Tutorial that shows you how to use this method on Fabric.

-The Iron On Method: How to do an Iron on Transfer, using my favorite Transfer Paper. This method completely blows away the other stuff out there. If you've tried doing Iron Ons in the past, with crappy results, you will love this stuff!

-Printing on Fabric: Gail at My Repurposed Life, shows you how to
cut out the middle man, and print directly onto fabric, with your home
printer!

-The Mod Podge Method: Tutorial by Katie at Matsuke explains how to
use this technique to Transfer onto Wood.  Popular method and super versatile since you can use it on so many materials!

-The Projector Method: Marian from Miss Mustard Seed shares her Sign
Making secrets, using an Overhead Projector to transfer images onto
wood!

-Using Water Slide Decals:  Carol from The Polka Dot Closet shows how to use  Water Slide Decals to transfer images onto Glass, Soap, Candles and Paper.

-The Blender Pen Method: Rosemary from Villa Barnes demonstrates this fast and easy Method using an inexpensive Blender Pen to transfer onto Fabric.

-The Omni Gel Method: Tutorial of how a liquid substance called Omni Gel is used to transfer images onto Tumbled Marble Tiles for Coasters.

-Transferring onto Canvas: Tracy at Distressed Decor used Mod Podge on her Canvas and Trisha at Whimsy Art Studios used Gesso for hers

MORE Inspirational Ideas:

-Shannon Berrey creates a black and white printed wall paper for her bathroom using paint.

-French Journal Graphic From Graphics Fairy

-How To Transfer Images on to Wood From 4 The Love Of Wood Blog

-Use Adobe Photoshop to print backwards words using the "Rotate Canvas- How To Transfer Images on to Wood- Diddle Dumpling Blog

-Blanket Box Makeover Using Plain Paper - How To Transfer Images Aka Design Blog

-How To Transfer Prints On To Fabric - Mademoiselle Chaos Blog

Painted Furniture Ideas- Italian Tole Painted Tray Table Blog

Italian Tole Painted Tray Table Featured on Getting Home Design Blog

Yellow Tole Table - Source Boxwood Terrace Blog- Source BG Galleries

Yellow Tole Table - Source Boxwood Terrace Blog- Source BG Galleries

Vintage BLUE Tole Metal Paint Decorated Bouillette Desk Lamp $316

French Tole Table Yellow Black 2 Tier 19th Century $1,228

Painted Tole Table From East & Orient Company

Painted Tole Table From East & Orient Company

French Tole Tray From March

Fantastic tray with the right amount of wear, just enough to let you imagine
it's history- France 1850 from March

A Pair of French Tole Style Side Tables

A Pair of French Tole Style side tables in the Pierre Frey style- Bond And Browery

Antique Italian Painted Tole Queen Size Bed

Antique Italian Painted Tole Queen Size Bed- 1860-70's Magnificent cast iron bed with polychrome enameled metal inset panels with neo-classical motifs and mother-of-pearl accents. BJORK ANTIKT & STUDIO

Painted Tole Basket From Polaris Interactive Antiques

Painted Tole Basket From Polaris Interactive Antiques

Napoleonic Bee Vanity Tray, Pink- One Kings Lane

This slender, handled tray, ideal for holding toiletries and other sundries, will bring a sunny chic to a bathroom counter or vanity.With its hand-painted tole accessories made of recycled metal, Jayes imbues even the most functional of items with a distinctive joie de vivre.

Painted With Laurel Leaves One Kings Lane

With its raised sides, this hand-painted tray is ideal for serving nibbles and drinks. And when you place it atop an ottoman, you've got an instant, chic tabletop.

Beautifully hand-painted with a regal motif and adorned with golden ring handles and scallop edges, this magazine bin is ready to hold a place of pride in a living room, bedroom, or office

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