Create your own custom decals using Craftovator’s premium quality paper!
Suitable for use with all inkjet printers, simply print onto it in the exact same way as normal printer paper.
Apply your custom transfer to most hard non porous surfaces including plastics, wax, glass, ceramics (for decorative purposes), metals and wood – perfect for creating that personalised gift! Waterslide decal paper is brilliant for model-making enthusiasts – you can create unique decals for die casts, remote control models, planes, boats, trains etc.
You can hand wash the finished project without worrying about the transfers flaking off or fading, but it won’t be dishwasher safe. You can also create fantastic personalised candles, as the edges of the decal won’t be able to be felt so will actually become part of the item!
Extremely simple to use and apply, just print your required images or text (you can either create your own design or find a wealth of resources online for professional artwork), seal the ink into the paper by spraying with acrylic varnish before submerging the paper in water for just under a minute. Then all that’s left is to position the decal on your required surface and wait 24 hours for it to sink into the surface.
The clear paper is recommended for printing onto light coloured surfaces. We also stock white water decal paper, recommended for printing onto dark coloured surfaces.
Please note: This transfer paper is unsuitable for printing onto fabrics. Please see our specialist fabric transfer paper for printing onto cotton or cotton-blend fabrics.
Please note: a transparent acrylic varnish is required to spray the paper (not supplied)
- Suitable for use with all inkjet printers, simply print onto it in the exact same way as normal printer paper
- Apply your custom decal to most hard surfaces including plastics, glass, ceramics, metals and wood – perfect for creating that personalised gift!
- Full instructions are supplied with every pack
- Contains a pack of 5 x A4 sheets
- Clear paper is recommended for printing onto light coloured surfaces