Six Transfer Methods for Your Next Project

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Today I'm sharing a collection of some of my favorite transfer methods and the fun projects 
I've created using them. 

Six Transfer Methods for Your Next Upcycled Project
One of the first methods I tried was using a product I fell in love with and use all the time. This one is on galvanized steel. 
Click here to view the tutorial.

Transfer Methods for Your Next Upcycled Project

This method didn't quite seem possible but when I gave it a try I found that it did indeed work and I learned to make the cutest little pillows!



Six Transfer Methods you can use on your next project

Another transfer on this Farmhouse Lazy Susan was easy and looks amazing!

Transfer Methods you can use on your next project

This farmhouse tray was another way to create a beautiful transfer on wood. 

Transfer Methods you can use on your next DIY project

This fabric transfer was the perfect addition to an antique telephone table

Six Transfer Methods you can use on your next DIY project

This terra cotta planter made a great gift and was easy to personalize with this transfer method. 

Transfer Methods you can try on your next DIY project

I hope by sharing these transfer methods I was able to give you some good ideas for your next DIY project.

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