Decals & Transfers

Decals & Transfers

Great ideas and resources for crafting with decals and transfers.

All the website owners have also included their favorite decal and transfer tips.
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Ceramic Photo Tiles, Photo Mugs - Personalized Photo Gifts

Custom photo tiles, photo mugs, and personalized photo gifts from OntoSomething.com.

Sublimation Tip
SUBLIMATION is a printing process that allows photo transfer onto ceramic or glass tile. The basic process uses a heat sensitive sublimation dye to print graphics and text onto special inkjet paper. This is called a dye sub transfer. The dye sub transfer and a sublimatable item are then placed into a heat press. When the heating cycle is completed, the image on the paper has been transferred to the item and has actually become a part of the surface. Run your finger across the surface of sublimation and you will feel nothing.
 
 
Creative Paper Co - Decal Paper Specialists

Print your favorite pictures or text onto our specialty papers and turn them into decals, window clings, rub-on-decals and so much more. We our one of the few places offering make your own dry rub off decal paper. We have shrink plastic too. Elevate your crafting to the next level with Creative Paper Company.

Decal Tip
Use white inkjet or laser decal paper for transfering images or text containing white onto a dark background. Ideal for flat plastic and metal surfaces.
 
Transfer Paper - Photo Paper Direct

Photo Paper Direct offers a full line of photo and transfer papers, creative papers and photo printing materials. All of our orders are packed and shipped from our UK warehouse. We specialize in Inkjet transfer paper for light and dark fabrics and we offer free delivery.

Transfer Paper Garment Handling Tip
When washing a garment printed using iron on transfer paper, always fold the garment outside in so the print does not come onto contact with the machine or other garments. It will significantly increase the durability of the transfer.