In this instructable, I'll teach you how to transfer laser printed or photocopied images to packing tape.
This process also works with hot glue or clear caulk -- the transfer won't be as clear, though.
Step 1: Materials
You will need:
- packing tape
- the image you want to transfer
- a basin
Step 2: Printing and Cutting
Print out the picture you want to transfer. This method works with laser printers, and photocopiers -- I'm just not sure about inkjet printers.
Once you've printed your picture, cut it out to save paper.
Step 3: Tape
Tape over your image. I suggest at least two layers of tape, to prevent the tape from seperating.
Once you've taped up your picture, you can trim the edges of the tape.
Step 4: Soak and Rub
Fill your basin with water, and soak your image in it.
Once you've soaked the image for a while, rub it's back. The paper should come of easily.
Step 5: Finished!
Now, go find a use for your paper pulp.