Transferring a Graphic to Wood and Fabric


Betsy from Coastal Colors has been rocking the woodworker's transfer tool. 

The woodworker's transfer tool is a hot tool. It uses heat to transfer an image to fabric, leather or wood. You can find the tool on my sidebar.


See Betsy rock the woodworker's transfer tool! 

*Watch the video on my sidebar to learn how to use the woodworker's transfer tool!

Happy Crafting!
xo,
Dee

15 comments:

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

what a great tool!!!

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Dee your a video star!! How nice to see and hear you! Great job and nice tool...I put it on my Amazon wish list!!

Laurie said...

what a great video and it is an amazing process, looks beautiful!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Dee,
So good to find you being active again! Hope you are doing fine with heat and enough gas etc.
Thanks for having my GIVEAWAY on your sidebar!
Hugs to you,
Mariette

Gina said...

That's it! I am digging my tool out of the closet & giving it another try! :)

Kristie Franklin said...

I've never heard of a tool like this before! It seems like they are always coming up with something new to make crafting easier. I wondered how people did this.

Thanks so much for the video! :)

I hope you have a great weekend. :)

Bliss said...

I am hanging my head in shame, mine is still in it's package going on month, what..... 7? I have a fear of either hot tools or transferring.

Bliss

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Dee, thank you so much for teaching me about the woodworker's transfer tool! You inspired me to give it a try! I have had the best time! I appreciate the "shout out"! You are thoughtful! Hope your power is on and the weather is warmer! Have a wonderful weekend! Many thanks for your kindness!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Dee, this tool looks awesome! LOVE the video!!!!

Vanessa said...

Hi, Dee

Love you have been creating. Looks lovely. By the way, all is well over where you are at in NJ? I have family over there still w/o power. Keep warm.

Vanessa

Cheryl said...

I just bought one of those at a yard sale... I must try it out now!
big hugs,
Cheryl

Michelle said...

This is such a clever project I love how the print looks on the wood. Great job :)

Barbara said...

I love this! I could go a little crazy with it too thinking up different projects. Thanks for sharing. And by the way Dee...you are the winner of my Pfaltzgraff giveaway.Congratulations!! Just send me a quick note leting me know if it is OK to forward your contact info to the Lifebrands people so they can ship your prize to you!!! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and again congratulations!!

Vesna Sokolić said...

Dear,

I have accidentally came across you blog a while ago, and I immediately became Your follower, considering I am just beginning something like you work. Your ideas were very inspirational, although I am still beginner. I do have one question or better say quest; what is the procedure with sending woodworker transfer tool to Europe, I live in Croatia and we still don`t have much of a tools available. Here is my e-mail address, and would be very grateful if You could find time to answer me. Best regards, Vesna.

vesna.sokolic@yahoo.com

Little Miss Maggie said...

I love all your projects with the wood transfer tool and you make it look so easy in your video, but for the life of me, I am still struggling with it. I will keep trying. Maybe because my wood is so old it's dry. You are still inspiring me to keep at it.

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