How to Transfer a Photo Using Hairspray

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Create mixed media art! Learn how to transfer images at home, using only printed labels and cheap hairspray, in this lesson from Erin Bassett.

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Dianne A
Very well taught. Thank you
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Diana Trout
Interesting technique, Erin. Thanks! I will play around with it.
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royer s
thanks for your idea Erin
Erin Bassett
Thank YOU for watching!! ;)
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Chris C
Was a good presentation. I would have liked to know more about the photo you used. Was it a regular photo? Or was it a picture printed out on special paper ? I didn't feel the source of the original picture was gone over very well. Thank you
Erin Bassett
Any design will work, but like any mixed media transfer technique the results will usually not be perfect.
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Terry K
Love this idea THank-you!!!!
Erin Bassett
You're welcome Terry!
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