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From Cecelia Lehmann
Tip: "List of Transfer Methods:
Color Photo Copy with Gin
Black and White Photocopy, dry method
Black and White Photocopy, using solvent
Inkjet image onto Epson Photo Quality Ink Jet Paper Matte or Glossy with KatoSauce
Inkjet T-shirt Transfers
Body Tatoos
Colored Pencils"

From Rae Rothrock
Tip: "I found that I could use the regular tee shirt transfer paper (found everywhere) to transfer art to polymer clay. I simply coat my object with liquid polymer and then apply the art. You have to make sure that you have a good contact but it transfers beautifully with great detail."

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