inspire me thursday....packing tape transfer


i must say that i love this method of transfering images.
i have found it to be the simplest and most effective
technique so far. this is a photocopy of an image of
my dad as a wee babe that i used for a mini book that
i made for a segment on "that's clever"....the directions
can be found here.

thanks,m & m aka inspire me thursday!

12 comments:

tiffinix said...

You rock - very lovely Denise. I printed this out. I so need to try this type of transfer. You make it look so easy!

himavant said...

wow! very nice! while i'm still thinking what to transfer and how to stick the transfered images on sticky tape to paper. can help? thanks!!

lindaharre said...

Oh, I like your better!!!!!! ~L.

DJ said...

Good morning Denise!! Thank you for the kind words on my blog! Yes, I have just started it, and even though I didn't think I would have the time to put into it, I'm really enjoying the interaction that I don't get on my site. Plus, I love adding the life part to the art parts.
Love your work.. when were you on That's Clever? How cool! I'll add your link to my blog in just a bit!
DJ

Becky said...

i never have been able to do this- the pic always rolls off the tape! darn. but yours looks swell!
b

la vie en rose said...

when i first discovered this technique several months back i went crazy with it. it think i tried to transfer everything that wasn't nailed down.

Judy Scott said...

beautiful image, well done! Jx

Kala said...

what a cute little image, haven't tried the tape method of transfer but I think I might give it a go now!

melanienyc said...

so adorable!

miriam said...

I love the idea of using old photo's....very nice.

Cindy @ Too Too Faux said...

I love this. The first time I saw this post I immediately got my packing tape out. Your work inspires me! Also, thanks much for all your nice comments on my brand new blog. I think blogging will be addicting. I'm already thinking of starting another one.
xo
c

Kim Carney said...

ok, you have totally inspired me!