Create with Transfer Artist Paper: Use TAP to Transfer Any Image onto Fabric, Paper, Wood, Glass, Metal, Clay & More!

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C&T Publishing Inc, Jun 1, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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Lesley Riley is one of the inventors of Transfer Art Paper and an unparalleled expert on how to use TAP for maximum creative effect. She'll teach you how to create unique fabric images from photographs that stay vibrant and colorfast, even after washing. You can use Lesley's photo transfer methods to quickly create your own masterpieces, using your inkjet printer and art supplies you already have at home.

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User Review  - SallyAma - LibraryThing

Explains how to successfully use transfer artist paper (TAP) to print any image, improve or alter its appearance and apply to fabric, paper, wood, glass, metal, canvas, and more. Lesley Riley has done ... Read full review

Review: Create with Transfer Artist Paper: Use Tap to Transfer Any Image Onto Fabric, Paper, Wood, Glass, Metal, Clay & More!

User Review  - Smellsofbikes - Goodreads

Pretty good: nice overview, techniques for multiple different surfaces, exploration of experimental uses, and a small collection of projects. Read full review


TAP Transfer Basics
Prepare Your Photos for Fabulous Transfers
The Transfer Process
Beyond the Typical Transfer

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About the author (2011)

Best known for her Fragment series of small fabric collages, Lesley Riley is an internationally known teacher, author, quilter, and mixed-media artist who has a passion for color and the written word. Her work takes the form of art quilts, fabric books, dolls, and more. Lesley's art and articles have appeared in numerous publications, and her work has been in juried shows and is held in many private collections. In her first book, Quilted Memories, Lesley brought new ideas and techniques to quilting and preserving memories. Her second book, Fabric Memory Books, combined fabric and innovative ideas with the art of bookmaking. As contributing editor of Cloth Paper Scissors magazine, Lesley regularly shares her latest ideas and techniques in the magazine. Through her blog ( and her website (, Lesley aspires to inspire others to find their own voice and to share in the magic that is art. When not teaching, writing about, or making art, Lesley, a Washington, D.C., native, loves spending time with her high-school sweetheart husband, six children, and five granddaughters.

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