Create with TAP Transfer Artist Paper™ with Lesley Riley

Learn to create image transfers from the Transfer Queen, Lesley Riley. In this video class, Lesley will teach you how to transfer images on a variety of surfaces using TAP Transfer Artist Paper™. Once you learn the basic technique, Lesley will share her tips and tricks for transferring images onto fabric, paper, copper sheeting, wood, and even polymer clay! As a bonus, Lesley will provide you images and text to print out from your class handout, so you can get started transferring right away!
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• TAP Transfer Artist Paper
• Iron and ironing board or mat
• 6" ruler
• Scissors or rotary cutter and mat
• White and/or pastel fabric scraps
• Variety of paper scraps
• Painters tape (blue)
• Craft paint (small bottle)
• 1" foam brush
• Water container
• Parchment paper or equivalent
• 4-1/2" square wood blank or heavy cardboard
• 1 sheet 90lb watercolor paper
• Lutradur
• Copper sheet or metal duct tape
• Polymer clay
• Liquid Sculpy
• Water dropper

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Lesley Riley

Lesley is an internationally known artist, teacher and writer. Her art and articles have appeared in numerous publications and juried shows and also a Contributing Editor of Cloth Paper Scissors. She is the host of BlogTalk Radio’s Art & Soul show and has a growing specialty as an Artist Success™ coach.

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After taking a class, are you then allowed to use the technique to produce pieces to sell, as long as you reference that it was a technique learned from whoever taught the class? 

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