How To Transfer An Inkjet Print Onto Wood

This is a technique for transferring an image printed on an inkjet printer to wood. The results are faster and sharper than other methods I have seen.

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18 thoughts on “How To Transfer An Inkjet Print Onto Wood

  1. Steve Sniff

    Hey Highline! I don't know if you're still answering questions on this channel, but I just came across your video last week and gave this a try. It came out pretty good except there's some ripples in the "white space" around the lettering/images. I did notice that the transfer paper looked a little rippley when the glue dried, but I thought that it would come out once it was applied. Did I do something wrong? Is there some way I can create a perfectly flat, unrippled transfer?

     
  2. Bushmaster

    I did everything you did in your video, but my image came out stringy, with several strands of glue/ink still stuck dangling to the krylon/label paper. Is the glue supposed to come off the paper when it's removed, or just the ink?

     
  3. Doura Douragucci

    Thx do you think this can Work on tshirt, if the answer is yes how to protect the design on it

     
  4. Doura Douragucci

    Thx do you think this can Work on tshirt, if the answer is yes how to protect the design on it

     
  5. Chris P

    I would think that the Elmer's Glue would not be as transparent as other things. Do you have any suggestions of material's that I can use instead of the Elmer's??

     

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