Woodworker's Transfer Tool Video

Here's a video I made with the woodworker's transfer tool.

Stay tuned I will be making a pillow with the fabric.


Thanks for stopping by!
Click here to see the transfers I made to wood.
The woodworker's transfer tool is on my sidebar.

XO,
Dee


21 comments:

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Great video! Thanks for sharing this amazing tool! Your transfer came out well! I'm ordering this little guy!

Debbiedoo's said...

Very cool Dee! I love that little tool! you are so cute, and talk just the way I thought you would, minus the accent, that you DO not have LOL!

Brandi said...

Great video, Dee! So fun to hear the voice behind the blog!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Nice video, Dee. I've had one of these for quite a while. Maybe I should use it. lol

Micupoftea~ said...

Cool idea, Dee...TFS!

New End Studio said...

Congrats on your first video! Now I can hear your laugh at those email comments and found out you're a Lefty! Seriously, the magic of taking a piece of paper with an image or words and putting it on a second item to make something pretty looks like fun and meditative, too. TFS!

Tam said...

I bought the laser printer and the tool but the tool keptget getting to hot and burning the material so I put it up, I guess some day I will try the towel trick but I unhooked the printer

Gina said...

Thanks for sharing the video, Dee! You are so cute & I have a feeling...very lively too! :D

Lesley said...

I don't know if I enjoyed seeing how you do this more or just the fact that I finally got to hear your voice and see you in real life!!! lol

I have been pronouncing your last name incorrectly too. lol

Fun video!

Gail said...

Thanks for the video Dee! I have one and have used it but the little tip of applying it to a towel first before using it was a great tip. I burned the wood the first time I used it...LOL. Thanks again and enjoy your day, Gail

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Thanks for this, Dee! I'm going to have to pull mine out and try again with it. I did keep a cloth nearby last time and I noticed you only wiped yours on the towel the one time. I guess as long as you keep moving it doesn't get too hot to leave burn marks.

Bliss said...

Smiled through the video because it was like HEY that's Dee! Didn't you just want to laugh at us all when you were making it?

~Bliss~

xinex said...

Thats looks really nice and pretty neat, Dee...Christine

Miss Val's Creations said...

Great tutorial Dee. You are so comfortable with the camera going! I would love to try wood transfers one of these day.

Gypsy Heart said...

You are soooo cute! Sadly, the speakers are out on my computer so I can't hear the details. :-( I am going to order this little treasure and see what I can come up with. You are so creative!

xo
Pat

Crystal said...

Very cool, thanks for sharing

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Cute video! You make it look so easy! Oh I hope graphics on cloth and furniture does not go out of style for a while,,,I love it!!

Carol

Magical Day Dream said...

This looks cute and so easy!

x

Marielle

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, this is amazing, Dee, and you're so beautiful!!!

xo
Cindy

pc speed said...

thank you for sharing the video

Monique McCarroll said...

Dee, when working on fabric, is the finished project washable or will the transfer wash out?

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