full sheet 44cm x 32cm (17.2in x 12.6in)
Ceramic Transfers – Decorating Made Easy
This delicate print comprising a combination of small leaves in cobalt blue is perfect for decorating pieces that are finer like jewellery, buttons and spoons. Like other ceramic transfers in our range it will also look good on platters, bowls, cups and more.
You don’t need to be an expert to create amazing homewares and decorative pieces. Ceramic tissue transfer papers or underglaze decal transfer papers do most of the design work for you or can be used in combination with your own artistic skills. Make sure to check out the images attached to our Ceramic Transfer Paper Product pages to view finished projects for inspiration and design ideas. You can also follow us on Facebook and Pinterest to see the latest creations and trends.
How does it Work?
Ceramic transfer papers are easy to apply on both flat and curved surfaces and create instant decorating effects with little effort. It’s as simple as applying a child’s tattoo. All you need to do is dampen the back of the transfer paper and press print side down on the surface you are working on. Leave for a few minutes before peeling off the paper to reveal the pattern. Once dry any additional embellishing can be done. If applying a clear glaze, take care by gently dabbing the first coat of glaze over the transfer pattern. Subsequent coats can be brushed on. To learn more and for thorough step by step instructions click on the following link “How to Apply Ceramic Transfer Papers”.
All our transfers are Japanese made, accounting for their high strength and excellent adhering properties onto raw clay, leather hard, greenware and bisque. They can be applied over painted or unpainted surfaces and finished with clear or transparent glazes and kiln fired to a broad range of temperatures from Cone 05-10. However, we recommend testing with your own glazes and kiln conditions. Please note firing will cause a slight colour change to the transfer pattern, so if matching colours, it is advisable to do a small test piece first.