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Talking Video Tutorial (I hope) for Wintergreen Oil

Okay please be kind when you view this lol but it shows the steps in "live" version, rather
than still photos.

Transferring Your Routing/Scroll Patterns To Wood Using Wintergreen Oil - YouTube

I shoulda practiced my speech for this, but I remembered we were supposed to do this
at the last minute.

Okay. Have a peak

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Thanks Barb. The video helps a lot because I can see how hard you were pressing the design to the wood. You know I like to make ... um ... shall we say "questionable" artifacts and I'm wondering, can I just transfer a design and then clear coat it so it looks like it may have been painted or printed on the wood? Also, does the wood need to be perfectly smooth or can it have some texture? Thanks again for the video.

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Oliver on the other thread there was a link posted by Brian I think about that.
From what I read I think if you had a color laser printer/copier you could use
this technique to transfer the graphic and add the clear coat. However, remember
that you have to rub the graphic onto the wood like a decal so I don't know if it
would work on textured wood. My wood wasn't sanded, but it wasn't roughened
up either.

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Excellent job, Barb. Can't wait for you next video so that I can subscribe to your channel......jw2170 (asd67lkj)....

What camera did you use?

PS: speech and lighting were top grade....

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Excellent job, Barb. Can't wait for you next video so that I can subscribe to your channel......jw2170 (asd67lkj)....

What camera did you use?

PS: speech and lighting were top grade....
Thanks, James. Believe it or not, Ken took this video with my
Tablet. I just got the Nexus 2013, and this was the first trial
with it. I think I love this tablet As for another video, I may
do one cutting one of the signs I've designed... or using the Rit
Dye. But both of those would require editing, and the movie
editor I have, I don't know; would take some time to get it right.

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Thanks for the video Barb. It sure helps me to see the total process.
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Very cool idea, I have never tried this. I have used an iron to transfer patterns and that works pretty good but usually do it the hard way and draw it on lol
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Barb, I vote for a video of you routeing one of your signs.
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Thanks for the video Barb. It sure helps me to see the total process.
You're very welcome, Dick. I have to say, though, I'm truly thankful
for Richard (Gwiz) for doing the research. I transferred 5 signs I think
Sunday when I did this video and photo shoot. I'm anxious to get to
cutting, but I'm out of commission for the moment.

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Barb, I vote for a video of you routeing one of your signs.
LOL Mary. I would have to put music over it, and lots of editing - don't think
people want to watch the WHOLE process for my signs. I usually have my radio
jammin' in the background, and I zone into the music as I cut.

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