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Lesley Riley's TAP Transfer Artist Paper - White

Lesley Riley's TAP Transfer Artist Paper - White
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8 1/2" x 11" - Set of 5 Sheets

Transfer your imagination into art with TAP, a premium-quality transfer paper that allows you to transfer images to virtually any surface with the heat of an iron. Have more fun with fabric, paper, wood, glass, metal, and more! Inkjet print, paint, stamp, or draw images on to TAP and iron on to your surface. Transferred images are crisp and colorfast and washable and crack-resistant on fabric. Overlap transferred images for a layered or collaged look. You will find complete instructions inside the package. Lesley Riley's TAP Transfer Artist Paper, includes five 8 1/2" x 11" sheets. Also includes a sheet of Silicone Release Paper for protecting your iron and ironing board. Works with any inkjet printer.

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