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by Bon EchoProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
Probably quicker and easier to just send the image to a someone and have them mail back the printout. Then do a heat (iron) transfer - on pink the heat transfer works really well, only factor is the toner. I'd be concerned with the transferred image g...
by jlsd0218ProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
How do you do the heat transfer... never heard of that...
by Kiss'n KarinProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
Yes, the fastest for you would be to get a photocopied print of your image somewhere (multiple prints on same page for insurance against errors): library, Office Max, etc. I use 100% acetone rather than heat transfer. Don't make it too wet with acetone...
by TopcollectorProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
I had that problem and then bought some real graphite pencils. They work every time.
by Bon EchoProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
http://www.nettally.com/palmk/TransferringRubberStampImage.html "Iron transfers: Another laser printer transfer method involves laying the paper with the printed image on the rubber and pressing the back side with a hot iron. The toner is designed t...
by Nurse WanderseekProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
I might try this heat transfer method before sending out the image. I wondered also how much smudging might occur through the mail. Thanks, everyone, for your input!
by BaliWhoProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Region: Midwest
Once you try the heat method, you'll never go back! ;) You definitely have to have a toner based ink. Ink jet won't work. I print out several stamps I want to do all on one page and go to the library to make a copy. I've been told you can save an...