Our Decor Transfers™ are designed in scale and motif to be appropriate for decor. Use them to add a unique touch to your furniture projects, wall art or accessories. Pressure sensitive, you apply them by rubbing them onto the surface. Ensure a long lasting result by sealing with a quality sealer.
We've made many of our new Decor Transfers™ "buildable", by adding opacity, (so that they look good when they overlap) and making the designs themselves more versatile, so that they work visually, when used in combination. Since the designs are more opaque than previous versions, they will show up well against dark colors as well as light.
Winter's Song Wreath (Paintable) - This transfer is a great one for adding some sophistication to your crafting game. Grab a 2' square board (or larger), paint it then apply this transfer and seal! Easy Peasy! Better yet - grab your favorite water-base medium and color it. Color it in a little or a lot. Go bold, or not! 'Don't want to use it as a wreath? No problem, cut portions and use how you like it!
Use IOD Decor Transfers on any painted/sealed surface. The artwork is already done for you. Their illustration images are stunning. All you need to do is (quite literally) rub them onto your desired surface - Crafts, Furniture, Glass, Mirrors and in some cases, painted/sealed fabric (totes, pillows with little use, artwork). You can further distress them if you like. You can layer them. For example, we like to take a font transfer (or stamp) and apply perhaps flowers, butterflies…
See how easy it is - watch transfer application videos here.
Just remember...three important things when applying transfers! 1) Listen for the “plasticy sound of an air bubble to help release the transfer off the carrier sheet onto your surface. 2) Be sure to check with your stockist (you can message us) to be certain if you should seal your surface prior to applying transfers (some products can let off a gas - enough to lift the transfer). 3) Be sure that ALL the surface of the transfer is well burnished onto the surface (rubbing very well over the carrier sheet with tool, even if you believe it is all on. Also - use your finger with a damp rag or a piece of the carrier sheet to rub all over too.)