A Transfer Method on Galvanized Steel

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I love finding new and fun transfer methods.
This fabulous transfer is done on galvanized steel!

transfer method on galvanized steel www.homeroad.net

Today I am trying a new transfer gel.

I'm not being compensated for it, I just
want to share what I've learned with you.

transfer method on galvanized steel www.homeroad.net

This was honestly just an experiment and it
worked the very first time.

I used a product I saw on Pinterest called
Omni Gel. I got mine on Amazon.com

I followed the directions on the package...
it was simply painting a few coats on top
of a print from my computer. 

The print was not reversed. When 
the few coats of Omni Gel have dried
you rub off the paper and you are left with
a plastic film of gel with the picture on it.

transfer method on galvanized steel www.homeroad.net

I placed the gel film onto the pitcher
then gave it another coat of Omni Gel over the top.

transfer method on galvanized steel www.homeroad.net

When it dried I got a PERFECT transfer
and I can not wait to try it on something else!!!

transfer method on galvanized steel www.homeroad.net

I knew you would love this!!!

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  1. I have never heard of Omnigel but it sure worked well on your pitcher!

  2. I think I have some of this somewhere!

    great job susan, love the pitcher

  3. Do you have an injet or laser printer? The results are great!

  4. I just bought Omni Gel after you mentioned it in another post. I can't wait to try it. Your pitcher looks amazing!


  5. Like! But I use very simple mehtod- acetone polishes.Look on my blog post:http://creativacale.blogspot.com/2013/02/od-starog-novotrpezarijski-orman-2deo.html
    Kiss from Serbia,

  6. I love the look of your pitcher. I would like to try this method on a metal garden pot and am wondering if the transfer will hold up to rain and sun? Anyone know?


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