Love DIYs, decoupaging, and junk journaling? If yes, you will love this tape transfer hack by Our Upcycled Life. Get your old magazines, lovely napkins, old book pages, printed photos, or even scrapbook paper, and transfer the graphics to make a transparent finish just by using regular packing tape. If you have a beautiful backing paper just like the coffee-stained one she used for your journal, then the outcome of your art will be amazing! This easy hack is perfect for any craft and journal project. Watch the video below for the step-by-step instructions.
- regular packing tape
- warm water
- card or anything that can be used to flatten the tape
- old magazines or napkins, old pages of a book, scrapbook paper, or printed photo
Flip them over 8211; so the tape part is facing down. Then using your fingers, rub off the paper. You will be left with the graphics on the packing tape. Sometimes it will stay sticky and you can use it as a sticker. But sometimes the stickiness gets removed from the process. It depends on the tape you are using. Do it all for your graphics.
Original source: https://diyjoy.com/tape-transfer-hack/