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Tablett mit Transferlack von {nifty thrifty things}

Ich muss zugeben, dass meine Mutter und ich unser Bastel-Date etwas frustriert gestartet haben. Denn das letzte Mal, dass wir kreativ sein wollten war das Resultat.. naja.. mittelmäßig. Von den eigentlichen 6 Pappmaché-Teelichtern ist nur eins übrig geblieben. Alle anderen sind leider im Müll gelandet..

Aber diesmal ist alles glatt gelaufen! Wir sind wirklich zufrieden mit dem Ergebnis! :)

Meine Mom hatte ein Tutorial auf  “dekoherz” gefunden und wir mussten es einfach selbst ausprobieren.
Ich hatte noch ein altes Tablett rumliegen, dass nur darauf gewartet hat wieder zum Leben erweckt zu werden.

Und so hat alles angefangen:

Tablett mit Transferlack von {nifty thrifty things}

Ich habe das Tablett mit Kreidefarbe angestrichen und mir eine Grafik von The Graphics Fairy ausgesucht.

Tablett mit Transferlack von {nifty thrifty things}

Was man braucht:

  • Kopien oder Ausdrucke auf einem Laserdrucker drucken (funktioniert nur mit Laserdruckern)
    • Achtung: Spiegelverkehrt drucken
  • Transferlack
  • ein Tablett (oder anderen Untergrund)
  • einen flachen Pinsel
  • einen Schwamm
  • Haartrockner

Tablett mit Transferlack von {nifty thrifty things}

Wie man’s macht:

  1. Ein Foto oder Grafik auswählen und spiegelverkehrt drucken.
  2. Sowohl das Bild/die Grafik (auf der Druckseite), als auch den Untergrund großzügig mit dem Fotolack einpinseln.
  3. Das Papier mit der bedruckten Seite nach unten auf den gewünschten Untergrund auflegen und glatt streichen. Rausstellenden Lack mit einem feuchten Tuch abwischen.
  4. Laut Anleitung muss nun 24 Stunden gewartet werden, bis alles getrocknet ist. Bei uns hat es jedoch auch mit einem Fön (ca. 10 Minuten) funktioniert.
  5. Mit einem nassen Schwamm das Papier abrubbeln. Was übrig bleibt ist die wasserfeste Farbe.
  6. Trocknen lassen (oder fönen ;) ) und noch ein mal mit Fotolack bepinseln.

Das Ganze funktioniert übrigens auch auf Metall, Glas, Stoff, .. eigentlich alles was euch in den Sinn kommt! :)

Tablett mit Transferlack von {nifty thrifty things}

I’m partying here! ❤

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47 Kommentare

  • Antworten
    Monsterscircus
    Dienstag, der 2. April 2013 at 23:40

    WOW Vanessa, your mom and you are really an awesome and creative team! This really looks like a fun project and I love the result! That’s on my to do list! Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful week!

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Samstag, der 6. April 2013 at 23:48

      Thank you so much, Mette! :D
      Please let me know when/if you try it! I would love to see your project!
      I hope you’ve had a fantastic week and wonderful weekend!
      Hugs! Vanessa

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    zhing
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 08:18

    wow that’s gorgeous! :) its so fun that mum joins you in craft parties!!

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    Amanda McSeveny
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 08:56

    That tray is stunning. Was a real ugly duckling before your transformation. Love these types of projects.

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Samstag, der 6. April 2013 at 23:51

      Thank you so much, Amanda! :)
      I will definitely use that technique again — I love it!
      Have a wonderful weekend!
      xo! Vanessa

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    amy
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 09:19

    sooooooo schön geworden dein kleines tablett!!!
    kuss mama

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    Lisa@hooplapalooza
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 14:50

    ok this is waaay cool! i gotta do this :)

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    Lynda Bergman
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 14:59

    Thank you for the tutorial. Love your new tray!! Lynda

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    Kari @ The Micro Farm Project
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 16:30

    Wow, I can think of all kinds of applications for this. Thanks!

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Samstag, der 6. April 2013 at 23:54

      Oh, I know! I already have another list of things to transform, hehe.
      Thank you for your sweet comment, Kari!
      Have a wonderful weekend!
      xo! Vanessa

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    Tanya
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 18:03

    This turned out so lovely!!

    xo, Tanya
    twelveOeight

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    Audrey Zumwalt
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 20:48

    Really nice Vanessa. I have not tried the hair dryer method. I will have to try this. I do not see an image of the paper … maybe is because you used photo transfer instead of mod-podge. What a great way to make a tray pretty. Thanks for sharing.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 7. April 2013 at 00:03

      Thank you so much, Audrey! :) I love this method!
      What do you mean by the image of the paper?
      I hope you’re having a great week!
      xo! Vanessa

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    julie
    Mittwoch, der 3. April 2013 at 22:10

    wow thats pretty and what great idea to upcycle an old tray. thanks for sharing God Bless.

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    Gwen
    Donnerstag, der 4. April 2013 at 01:22

    That is amazing, Vanessa! I just downloaded a slew of images from The Graphics Fairy and was wondering how to use them! I’ll have to find some of that Image Transfer Medium… how cool.

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 7. April 2013 at 00:04

      Well, I guess it just came at the right time then, hehe.
      How have you been? How’s life treating you?
      Thank you for your sweet comment!
      Hugs! Vanessa

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    Tracy @thecityofmotherlylove.com
    Donnerstag, der 4. April 2013 at 03:42

    Very cool and different! Just pinned it =)

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    Christina
    Freitag, der 5. April 2013 at 19:35

    Wow…this is amazing! I love it so so much and can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the great inspiration.

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    Katie
    Samstag, der 6. April 2013 at 16:12

    LOVE this tray. Can you believe that I own the Mod Podge photo transfer medium and yet I’ve been scared to do anything with it…

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 7. April 2013 at 00:08

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Katie! :)
      You should definitely give the Mod Podge a try! And then let me know how you like it, hehe.
      I hope you’re having a great weekend!
      xo! Vanessa

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    Megin
    Sonntag, der 7. April 2013 at 16:51

    Love it! I haven’t heard of the the hair dryer techniques ~ might try this!
    I’m visiting you today from Nifty Thrifty Link Up. I hope you get a chance to stop by my blog and leave a comment and Link Up, too!
    ~ Megin of VMG206
    Medicine Cabinet Makeover

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Mittwoch, der 10. April 2013 at 21:38

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Megin! :)
      Please let me know if you try the hair dryer technique and let me know how it works for you.
      Have a wonderful day!
      xo! Vanessa

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    Laurel Stephens
    Sonntag, der 7. April 2013 at 17:10

    I love your cute French tray; the transfer is perfect!

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    Nicole
    Freitag, der 12. April 2013 at 23:26

    I have been wanting to try this image transfer technique! Your tray turned out gorgeous. I’m glad this crafting session worked out better for you and your mom :)

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 14. April 2013 at 21:54

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Nicole! :)
      Please let me know if you ever try this technique and how you like it!
      Have a wonderful remaining weekend!
      xo! Vanessa

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    Martina
    Samstag, der 13. April 2013 at 14:20

    Hi Vanessa!!
    This was a great makeover!!
    I used to do something similar using decal paper, but this is an alternative method that I definitely have to try!!
    Just hope to find the Photo Transfer Medium though… I live in Italy, I have to find out whether it exists!!
    Thanks for sharing!!
    Martina
    from http://www.webbywonder.com

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 14. April 2013 at 22:02

      Martina, thank you so much for your sweet comment!
      I am sure you can find the Photo Transfer Medium in Italy, if I can find it here in Germany. ;)
      The brand I bought was called Hobby Line. I hope that helps! :)
      Have a wonderful week!
      XO! Vanessa

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    TidyMom
    Sonntag, der 14. April 2013 at 18:25

    this is BEAUTIFUL Vanessa!! I love it!

    Thanks for linking up! I featured your post in my I Spy Sunday party wrap up post! http://tidymom.net/2013/i-spy-sunday-creative-ideas/

    Have a fabulous rest of the weekend!

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    Robin @ Simply Southern Baking
    Montag, der 15. April 2013 at 14:53

    Love this tray!! Just pinned it. Found you on Tidy Mom’s I Spy Sunday.

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    Tried&Twisted
    Dienstag, der 16. April 2013 at 13:49

    Beautiful! It looks like a breeze to-do too!

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    Kathy
    Dienstag, der 16. April 2013 at 17:04

    hi!!
    I’m SOOOOO impressed that you transformed your tray into a real thing of beauty!!

    I’m curious about a couple of things. I tried doing the photo transfer onto freshly sanded (not painted) wood. It was mostly successful, but I fuond that it was an exceedingly delicate process. Some parts of the image were easily rubbed off. Did you have that problem?

    My other question is about how well the transferred image holds up to use. Is it washable with a damp rag? Is it waterproof to any degree?

    I cannot wait to try this!!

    thanks so much.

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Dienstag, der 16. April 2013 at 21:07

      Thank you so much, Kathy! You’re too sweet! :)
      I actually went over the print (to scrub it off) with the wiry part of the sponge and it didn’t rub off at all. It also is holds up pretty well so far. No problem cleaning it off with a damp rag.
      Please let me know how it his technique turns out for you.
      I hope you’re having a wonderful week!
      XO’s from Germany,
      Vanessa

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    Beverly
    Donnerstag, der 25. April 2013 at 22:48

    Wow, I love how this turned out. I have a tray that I need to do something with. You are inspiring me.
    Thanks for all the details on how to do it.
    Have a great day, Following you via Twitter and Facebook.
    Bev

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Samstag, der 27. April 2013 at 23:24

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! I am so happy I could inspire you to redo your tray! :)
      Let me know how it turned out!
      Have a wonderful weekend!
      xo! Vanessa

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    Anne @ Domesblissity
    Mittwoch, der 1. Mai 2013 at 13:28

    You know I saw this a while ago Vanessa and stored it in my favourites to do as I have pretty much the exact same tray. Even my daughter said how nice it would be made over. I’m no closer to doing it than flying to the moon but I just wanted to say how much I love it and thank you for linking it up to Thriving on Thursdays. I’m featuring this at tomorrow’s party.

    Anne xx

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 5. Mai 2013 at 00:01

      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, Anne! :)
      Please let me know when you get around to redoing your tray! I would love to see it!
      Hugs! Vanessa

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