Rooster on Burlap

The woodworkers transfer tool works on burlap.

It did take a little longer for the toner to melt onto the burlap.
Tip* Spray paint the artist canvas board navajo white. Now transfer your design onto your burlap. Staple or glue the burlap to your canvas and enjoy your work.

Happy Crafting!
 Just to let you know I’ve been having medical problems and may need to go into the hospital. The flu never left my body and is now in my lung. It’s very painful and it could be weeks before I’m better. 


19 thoughts on “Rooster on Burlap

  1. Hi Dee!!! Not happy to read that news, but hoping everything will be fine with you…get well soon!!! And that rooster is so beautiful I loved that canvas of yours!!! Blessings,Nádya

  2. Sick is no fun– so sorry to hear that you are ill. Take care of your self!The rooster art is lovely. My hub didn't have a transfer tool but he bought one for us to share. Yippee! I'll probably do a tea towel first. Just to make sure: the transfered towel is only decorative, right? Will the transfer wash or smudge off? I was thinking of making some sort of bookmarks too but thought the transfer might smudge off on the pages.

  3. Dear Dee I was so sorry to hear you are feeling so ill. I'm praying for you that each day you will feel better. Take real good care of yourself. I'll be thinking about you.Your rooster on burlap is adorable and perfect for your beautiful home. Take care. rj

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