Transfer Paper Instructions:
- Place transfer paper colorful side down on a slab of clay. We recommend white clay for the best results and the most accurate colors.
- Roll your acrylic roller over the transfer paper several times and make sure that the transfer paper is very well stuck to the clay and there are no air pockets. Tip: place your roller in the middle of the transfer paper and then slowly but firmly roll it towards the end in both directions.
- Spray gently with water or run the entire slab under a gentle stream of water in your sink. Let it soak for about 5 minutes and run under the faucet with a gentle stream. Using your fingers, gently brush off the paper until it dissolves completely. You will feel a smooth surface underneath when the paper is all gone.
- Let your slab dry for a couple of minutes, or gently use a paper towel to pat it dry.
- Cut and cure in your oven as usual. Keep in mind that the colors might change slightly while baking. In the case that there is some paper left after you take your pieces out of the oven, you can use a wet tissue to gently wipe the paper away.
- You don't need to seal your clay pieces but you can do it for increased durability. We recommend resin for a glossy finish and DuraClear Ultra Matte for a matte look.
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