ITS: It’s the Image Transfer Solution blitz!

September 17, 2009

As promised, I’m transferring some images from our digital cameras to our blog — To show your our recent Image Transfer Solution (ITS) workshop.

We had a whole crew putting this new product through ITS paces…

Busily trying all kinds of ideas

Busily trying all kinds of ideas

Everyone had lots of inspirations they wanted to try out…

So many images to transfer, so much jewelry to make!

So many images to transfer, so much jewelry to make!

In the spirit of yesterday’s belt-buckle blog post, here’s another approach…

Impressionist belt buckles, anyone?

Impressionist belt buckles, anyone?

You can do so many things with Image Transfer Solution…

Amazing images

Amazing images

It was neat to see how a transferred image works when it’s overlaid on another design…

Try layering contrasting images

Try layering contrasting images

While we were at it, we tried out some new products we’re introducing

Game spinners & sprocket gears (available soon!)

Game spinners & sprocket gears (available soon!)

We learned tons from doing this workshop!  Soon you’ll see an ITS technique sheet on our website.  We’ve been adding more ITS-related items to our store, too, to enhance your experience.  Check out new Wetordry™ polishing paper for truly delicate hand-sanded results.  And Renaissance® micro-crystalline wax polish is a fantastic way to protect your transferred images!

Have you tried Image Transfer Solution yet?  It’s a marvelous way to create custom pendants, beads, and more…we’d love to hear of your experiences with it in a comment below!

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7 Comments

  • Reply D Wurz September 17, 2009 at 5:59 pm

    Very cool

  • Reply Michelle September 18, 2009 at 6:41 am

    Hmmm…I’ve been wanting to try this! Now I really need to try this. Possibilities are endless! Thanks for sharing.

  • Reply Erin Prais-Hntz September 18, 2009 at 7:43 am

    Very cool! I have not tried that…now I wish I had seen this before my latest order! It will be next on my list…and love the new products coming out! Enjoy the day!
    Erin

  • Reply Tish September 21, 2009 at 1:00 pm

    Starry Night!! that is the best!!

  • Reply Marie January 15, 2010 at 4:48 pm

    Hello~ I just found your site. I just started reading about jewelry making and made my first necklace last week. I am interested in all of the techniques that you are describing. I am wondering if I can decoupage a picture to the back of a metal picture frame pendant. Would this work?

  • Reply Dave Robertson January 18, 2010 at 10:52 am

    Hi Marie,

    I asked our Mollie, who provided these thoughts…

    “Yes! You can decoupage a picture to metal, but it will lack the translucency that you get with the Image Transfer Solution (for decoupage, many artists use Diamond Glaze, a sealing product that we don’t carry).

    I would also point her in the direction of our hinged picture frames–no goo, no mess involved.”

  • Reply Dave Robertson January 18, 2010 at 11:07 am

    Here’s a bit more, from our Amy:

    “JudiKins© Diamond Glaze™ is a dimensional glaze. There are other brands out there. They can many times be found in the scrap booking section, or adhesive section at the fabric or craft store.”

    Hope all this helps!

    🙂 Dave

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