I have received quite a few requests to share how to use to use QK Transfer Paper to adhere an intricate Silhouette cut image onto a project. I had used the transfer paper to adhere the Quickutz Vinyl to walls and other surfaces but I didn't try it on paper/cardstock until Kerri Bradford suggested it. That Kerri, she is a brilliant one!
- Cut only as much transfer paper as you need. For instance, I used about a 5" square design. I cut a 5" square from the transfer paper. Not having a lot of excess really helps when you go to pull the transfer paper off.
- Have some adhesive remover (like Un-Du) handy. If your design sticks to the transfer paper I have found that a little Un-du works like a charm and doesn't rip your design.
- Kerri suggests not pushing too hard to adhere the die cut design to the transfer paper and to not leave it on there too long.
- Cardstock designs are a bit easier to use with transfer paper than patterned paper ones. However, in addition to the card today, both of these designs (shared previously) were adhered with transfer paper.