ReDesign With Prima - Decor Transfers® (Rub On)
Design Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"
Packaging Type: Middy Transfers - Patterns on 3 separate sheets
Number of Sheets per Package: 3
Type: Transfer Paper (Rub On)
Manufacturer: ReDesign with Prima
Included: Transfers and Applicator Tool
We appreciate each and every one of our Veterans who have sacrificed so much for our freedoms! Let them know how much you appreciate them as well with this new design, which can be used on so many projects! Each MIDDY Décor Transfer® package includes three 8.5″x11″ beautifully and uniquely designed transfer sheets, with flags, special word, etc., allowing you creative freedom from small to large projects!
Instant beauty on virtually any surface you can imagine. ReDesign with Prima Decor Transfers® are easy to use rub-on transfers that release onto a wide variety of surfaces allowing for a multitude of decor, Furniture and multi-media uses. Simply peel, rub-on and transfer a beautifully detailed design. Transform your next piece into a work of art.
Try them on un-painted or painted wood, glass, mirrors, canvas, tile, plastic, metal, leather, tin, fabrics, cardstock, paper bags. If you're new to Transfer Papers, give them a try! The possibilities for application are endless.
You'll hear the word "burnish" used with these type of Transfers. What does it mean? To burnish, is to rub or polish a surface with a tool to enhance its appearance.
These rub on transfers are opaque so can be used on a colored surface. Check out our full line of Chalk Paint and Clay Paint.
For extra protection, Polyvine Multi Surface Lacquer is uniquely formulated to apply on top of your furniture decal. Then you may choose to finish with a top coat using one of our Polyvine Varnishes. Polyvine is the professional's choice, providing high durability and a crystal clear finish.
(7 min) Video Link: How to Apply Decor® Transfer Papers
Link: Step by Step Instructions
Link: Layering on Wood
Link: Tips and Tricks
Link: Fabric Surfaces - Rub On's
Link: Repurpose Tin Cans
Link: Do's and Don'ts for Transfers