The paste & peel technique is useful when you are pasting a large transfer or when you are pasting multiple colours on a design.
Chalk paste dries quite quickly. The more time you need to work with the transfer while there is paste in the screen, the better chance you will get paste lifting off the design when you peel the transfer up. When you are doing a single colour on a transfer, it is unlikely you will need to worry about paste drying. But when you want to do multiple colours on a large transfer, you might require a little more time. This is when the paste & peel technique will come in handy. And it is totally easy to do so don’t be afraid to try it.
Simply start pasting from the top to the bottom of the transfer. After you paste the first element along the top, you peel the transfer to just past the point you have pasted. Drop the transfer back down and continue with the second section. Then peel the transfer to just past that pasted section. Repeat this process until you have completed the design.
When you drop the portion of the transfer you have peeled up, do not press it back down. Just let it drop and sit.
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