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Packing Tape Transfer by Emily SSC DT

Packing Tape Transfer by Emily SSC DT

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Packing Tape Transfer - Easy!!
Created by Emily SSC DTSimply Scrapping CraftsVisit us atwww.simplyscrapping.ning.com 
Here is what you will need to do the Transfer of the picture itself:- Toner copy of a picture (also a picture from a magazine, or a stamped image should work)- Packing Tape-Bone Folder or popsicle stick (basically any type of burnishing tool)- Scissors to cut off excess tape- Shallow bowel or pan of water (warm water works best)First you will need to make sure that your picture is as wide as the packing tape is. Most packagingtape is about 2" wide.
Next you will place the tape over your picture.As you can see there is excess tape on my image. Use your scissors to trim this off.Now we will burnish the tape onto the image. Basically take your burnishing tool (bone folder, popciclestick, etc) and rub the tape down over the image. As though you are using a rubon or scratching off alottery ticket. Be sure to burnish in both directions.
After you have completed the burnishing you will place your burnished image in the water to soak forabout 3 to 5 minutes.After it has soaked you will then need to rub off the white (non-tape) side (under running water worksbest) to remove all of the paper. Rub with firm pressure, but be sure to not scrape or gouge theimage.... this could damage it.

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