Ohio’s Laurie Prophater has developed a transfer technique that’s more foolproof and inexpensive than any I’ve seen. I watched as she refined it all week long at Shrine Mont.

Read more about it on her blog and be sure to catch her tutorial in the fall issue of Polymer Cafe magazine.

Laurie is thrifty and makes her own perfume from essential oils and vodka. What you learn at a conference can be amazing! It’s back to the office Monday. Come back tomorrow for more Shrine Mont debriefing.

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  • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

    Oh, that looks like such fun! How great to be surrounded by such inventive, creative minds.

    • reply Prophater’s polymer world at Polymer Clay Daily ,

      […] You can see her earlier polymer clay transfers here. […]

      • reply Pat Krauchune ,

        Is there a tutoral to show how to do this technique of transfer?

        • reply Diane Bever ,

          Beautiful work! But the link to Laurie and/or her blog seems to have a problem.

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