- Apply gel onto surface and place your print smoothly face down.
- Wait 24 hours, then wet the print and remove the remaining paper pulp.
Be sure to use a laser printer, as ink jet printers will not work well. Be sure to print your image backwards. To transfer an image, simply apply the Decoupage and Transfer Gel to the surface and place your print face down. Apply pressure with a putty knife or credit card to ensure contact and remove any bubbles. After 24 hours or so, you can wet the back and start rubbing away the paper pulp.
You can add wax or another layer of the Decoupage and Transfer gel for protection.
Using the Decoupage Gel, apply it to the surface and or the back of the image or tissue/decoupage paper and stick in place. You can apply cling wrap over the image to smooth out any wrinkles or bubbles.
Once dry, you can add another coat of the Decoupage and Transfer gel to seal and as protection or any of the other Fusion finishes.
For Decoupage 2-6 hours for dry time and 21 days for cure time.
For Transfers - you will want to wait a minimum of 12-24 hours before wetting the paper and trying to complete the transfer.
How do I decoupage?
To decoupage, you want to essentially “glue” your material to your surface. You can apply the Gel onto the surface and place your material. Smooth it out or scrunch it up how you like it, and then for extra adhesion you can add another coat of Gel on top.
How do I transfer a photo?
For photo transfer, you need to make sure you use a laser printer. A lot of times you’ll also want to reverse your photo before you print it, as it will apply backwards. Next, apply a bit of Gel to the front of the photo and to the surface you are transferring onto.