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Transfer Paper

by Loew Cornell


Loew Cornell Transfer Paper is waxless, greaseless, smudge proof, erasable on sealed surfaces, and won't bleed through paint. Cut and use what you need. Transfer paper packs contain four 9 in. x 13 in. sheets per pack. Available in all white, or gray and white (two sheets of each).

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b. fisher from Boothwyn PA says:

I am very happy with the white transfer paper when i use it on glass, but when i use it for water color the paint does not go over it. It says no wax, but it acts like wax and does not allow the water...[more]

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I would like to be sure that i can erase the lines after i water color on it.

- Asked by barbara fisher on 28-Aug-12
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Electric erasers and Prismacolor Magic Rub Erasers are often recommended for clearing stubborn graphite lines from watercolor paintings. That said, water, and certain watercolors, have been known to "set" graphite, making the lines difficult to remove after being painted over. Your results will almost certainly vary based on the darkness of your transfer and the paint/method you are using. We recommend that you do a small test before committing to the final work.

- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Aug-12

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Rated by: b. fisher in Boothwyn PA
I am very happy with the white transfer paper when i use it on glass, but when i use it for water color the paint does not go over it. It says no wax, but it acts like wax and does not allow the water color paint to hide it.
Rated by: Dianne L. in Burlington, WA
Works wonderful for quilt pattern transfering. Can lay down fabric, transfer paper and design and trace. Does not wear off easily as you work but will wash out when complete.

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