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Monday, April 8, 2013

What would you do with Transfer Artist Paper?

I have used Artist Transfer Paper on several projects (one noted here) and I think it is one of the most versatile products available for quilters, textile artists and those who love to create.  When people ask me what it is used for I tell them that they can print, paint, draw or stamp onto the Transfer Artist Paper (TAP) and then iron it onto almost any flat surface.  One of the neat things about TAP is that when you use it on t-shirt fabric it remains soft....really.  It isn't hard or stiff....I'm not kidding.

C & T Publishing is offering to give a package of TAP to one lucky  IHAN® blog follower!  If you would like to win, watch the video below :)




Now leave a comment on this post telling me what you would use the Transfer Artist Paper (TAP) for if you were the lucky winner.

The winner will be drawn randomly on April 15, 2013 (Wouldn't it be nice to think of that day as TAP day instead of Tax day?)

Smiles,
Kelly

46 comments:

Jayme said...

I would have my kids draw or write a story on it and use it to make wall hangings for their grandmas.

Anonymous said...

Fabrics with words are really popular right now. I'd like to create my own word fabric using a favorite poem then TAP it on to some pretty fabric. I'd use this as the basis for a quilted wall hanging.

Stephy Buscemi said...

So cool! I really liked and would like to make a trinket box with pages from F Scott F's "The Great Gatsby" for my step- daughter who just graduated w a degreejournalism.

Jean(ie) said...

I have a package (so count me out of the drawing). I love this stuff! It's great for creating custom designs and it works on so many different surfaces. Love the stuff!!!!

Sunnybec said...

I would use it to make cushion covers, quilt labels, gift tags, I am sure there are lots more things it can be used for. Linda x

WoolenSails said...

I really like that and how easy it is to use. I got something like it and it was like rubber, not good for fabric. I see lots of possibilities with this and love the idea of making mini pillows and maybe a quilt with photos of my kids, to give to them and definitely a fun way to do art pieces with machine quilting.

Debbie

Sew Quilt Embroider said...

Great video! I have one sheet (thanks Kelly!) that I am anxious to work with! I have collected wedding photos of all the ancestors on both my side and my husband's going back 3 and 4 generations. I want to transfer the photos (antiqued) with TAP to an off white silk, include some lettering, add some pearls, lace,....antique buttons...and make a wall hanging that will be velcro-ed to a mat for hanging by the baby grand piano!! I'm actually finding some time now for fiber art. thanks for introducing us to this product

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Name: Judy
Email: judyquiltz@comcast.net
Comments: This would be a great product to transfer the picture of the save the date announcement onto the back of the wedding quilt I am working on.

Jean said...

I'm designing an image for the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative project and would use the TAP paper to transfer the image onto the fabric before thread painting! Thanks, Kelly!

Lynn said...

I would transfer some of my flower photos to fabric to be made into a quilt.

Gene Black said...

I think this would be so cool to do some Zentangle drawings on to transfer to clothing or even quilt projects. It would also be a very cool way to make quilt labels.

Kathy P said...

This is new to me, but it looks like a great product for making quilt labels! Thanks for the giveaway Kelly! You've always got such great new products to share!

SewCalGal said...

I had not seen this video. Loved all the ideas shared. I can think of oodles of project ideas: Artist Trading Cards/ATCs, Art Quilts, Artistic T-shirts, Memory Quilts,etc. But, I'm thinking of using TAP for some really cute coin purses for gifts. This is going to be so fun. Thanks for inspiring me.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

ferne said...

Looks like fun stuff to have around for when an idea hits me, but I do want to make a couple tee shirts to wear when we are selling our fruit at the farmers market.

JJ said...

I had never heard of TAP paper but after watching the video, I am impressed with the ease and versatility of the iron paper. I have used transfer paper to do photo quilts but I don't believe it was ever that easy. So I see a photo quilt in my future. Thanks for the video and the giveaway.

The Slow Quilter said...

I have been using TAP for over 2 years now and it is even better and improved. I love it, and use for all of my picture quilts and now I might just do some stamping.

Janie said...

I'd love to try it to make some postcards with pictures and words. Sounds like fun and easy to use.

Judy B said...

WOW, that is such a great transfer paper! My head is spinning with all kinds of ideas for TAP. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jacqueline said...

This sounds like a wonderful product. I would love to try it and thanks for a chance at the give-away.
I have been doing a lot of hand embroidery work and printing graphics onto fabric as art projects for my quilting labels... this would be a much easier way to accomplish my goal.
Jacqueline

patchouli moon studio said...

I can see there are lots of creative ways to use TAP. I would like to make a quilt of some of my favorite photos of my family. Thanks Kelly for a chance to win some.

CindyB said...

I love making tote bags and purses. I would use it to make original designs for the bags. Thanks for the chance to win.

Ann said...

I'd use it for quilt labels, gift tags, cards and lots of other things

Mara said...

Cool! I could have totally used TAP for a project I just did recently with adding some words to fabric.

trudyb said...

I would use TAP to make unique quilt labels, different from the ones that I make now. Also to make little "Welcome to Our Home" signs that I put on the pillows of family and friends who come to visit. Thanks Kelly for the chance to win.

Abbigail said...

I would love to try this product! I'd like to make some mimi wall hanging with some saying on it for gifts.
hulseybg at gmail dot com

Lou said...

Wow what a cool prroduct!
It would be great to use on a memory quilt!

Margaret said...

Wow! I can see numerous ways to use this. I want to do a quilt for my kids of their kids birth using pictures for some of the blocks. This would be awesome.

Tina said...

Neat Product. I Would Love To Use It On Post Cards And Labels To Begin With.

Beth said...

I love the idea of transferring text! I'd probably choose pages from favorite books to make pillow tops. And wouldn't it be special to use old letters from parents, grandparents, my sister, etc. and make a quilt? And handwritten recipe cards to make little kitchen wall-hangings for each of my cousins, with our grandmother's bread recipes? I cannot wait to use this wonderful stuff!! Oh, I hope I win!

Bonnie58 said...

I would love to use it for quilt labels. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on the draw.
bonnoelarson58@gmail.com

Patty said...

I would use it for casual pictures of parents grandparents , all generations for quilts or wall hangings.

Anne said...

I am working on a multi-media shadow box for my son to honor his Graduation from College! I would use TAP for adding pictures(shrunk down) of items too big to include in the box. It would be great since it transfers to so many different surfaces!

jmj said...

Very cool. I would create fabric postcards with TAP.

Collette McManus said...

I would use them to add embellishments to my garments...sometimes stencils, dyes, paintsticks, silk screens, etc are just not the perfect choice. These sheets will give me more options. Thanks for the giveaway.

Cindy said...

I would love to make a collage pillows for my parents who live in assisted living. What a fun way to have photos around!

Pat / Silver Thimble Quilt Co. said...

All I have to say is 1-800-GOTTA HAVE IT!!!!

Quiltingranny said...

I would say I would use it to transfer my grands drawings into special tee shirts, how awesome would that be?

Lynda McCullough said...

I never knew this existed! Oh, the possibilities..

Kathy said...

Hmmm...how many grandson pictures can I get on one quilt? I think I definitely need to give this a try!

Shelley said...

First, I would love to use it to put words on quilts!! and then, I would love to try it out to make some awesome labels! Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

LJ said...

TAP day sounds super to me! Wow, the video makes me want some TAP NOW! I've been thinking about doing some mixed media designing on a canvas and TAP would work great for some of my ideas. It sounds like the best idea and something that really works well instead of the iron-on transfer sheets I've used before.

Barb and Sharon said...

I love the idea of quilt labels. I also thought it would be cool to use the old photos and make an art quilt with them.
Barb@Witsend

quiltin cntrygrl said...

Oh my goodness!! What fun! I have so many ideas. I have stamps and photos.. I think that it would be neat to combine some of my husbands and my military photos or make a quilt that includes my brothers' and dad's photos as well!! What a keepsake.

Sewgirl said...

I love the thought of being able to transfer images onto all kinds of surfaces, but I know I would use it mostly for my quilting. What a fun way to make art quilts!

Debbie P said...

This sounds like a terrific product!! Using it would create so many possibilities for interesting projects! I would like to use it to incorporate drawings that my daughter did when she was young into a collage for a wall hanging or quilt that can be passed on to her children.

janice said...

Very cool stuff. The possibilities are endless. I would first try quilt labels with it. Goodness knows I have several that need to be made.

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