Woodworker's Transfer Tool-DIY for wood painted or not and fabric. Heat for eight minutes, tape your toner (laser jet or copier) copy face down onto the painted wood. Release the first wave of heat on a piece of scrap wood. Slowly, move the tool back and forth with pressure. Firm pressure. As the graphic transfers it sticks to the wooden object. You can peek to check on where a retouch is needed. Be careful not to shift your graphic. Keep it in place with tape.Remember this tool gets hot!
Using a heat transfer tool which is readily found in craft stores, online, and some sewing centers, you can create beautiful color or black and white prints on fabric, paper, wood, or any hard surface. The tool is similar to a soldering iron or wood burning tool and comes with the screw on heads. The flat dime sized circular head is the one to transfer with.