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The Annie Sloan Warehouse is open and operating a reduced workforce during the Covid-19 outbreak. Please note due to a high demand of orders and couriers experiencing delayed services, please expect a delay in the delivery of your online order of 10 - 14 working days. That’s 7 - 10 working days for us to dispatch your order and 2 - 3 working days for our couriers to deliver it. Unfortunately it is not currently possible to amend or add to orders once they have been placed. Our customer service team has closed our phone lines to manage the workload, and we are also experiencing very high levels of emails. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope to get you your paint as soon and safely as possible!

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How to transfer an image

How to transfer an image

Annie Sloan Image Medium can be used for transferring any image onto furniture, walls – and even fabric!

  1. Print your image using a laser printer or photocopy it onto normal copier paper. When choosing your image, bear in mind that it will transfer in reverse, so you may need to flip the image first before printing it out, especially if any text is included.

  2. Using sharp scissors, cut your image out, getting as close to the image outline as possible.

  3. Start with a surface that has been painted but not waxed (unless you’re transferring onto fabric, then just make sure it’s clean and crease free). Once the paint is completely dry, your image can be applied.

  4. Brush a thin layer of Annie Sloan's Image Medium over the part of the surface you would like to transfer your image onto. Be careful not to make the area on which you are gluing much larger than the image, as the unused glue will leave a slightly sticky, shiny area when it is not covered by the picture.

  5. Being extremely careful, paint the image right side up with a very thin layer of Image Medium and, whilst it is still wet, slide it on to your surface face down. Make sure any air bubbles are worked out or even pricked with a pin as you don’t want these on your finished piece.

  6. Rub the image with a dry cloth, making sure it is totally stuck to the surface (don’t forget the edges!) and leave it to dry completely. 

  7. Now wet the paper with a little water. Once it is damp but not soggy, start to rub it in little circular movements with either a cloth or your finger. The paper will start to come off in layers. At first, it may look a little cloudy – keep going!

  8. Once all the paper is off, the image will be clear, although it may look a little dull once it is dry so brush the whole thing over with clear Chalk Paint® Wax. You can rough it up a little by gently sanding the edges, or leave it as a clean, crisp image.


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