Image Transfer For Card Making Made Easy

Written by Flora Tan

There are many different ways to transfer images onto paper. Many of these methods would require you to purchase some supplies fromrepparttar craft stores. For example, you can easily buy Inkjet Transfer Paper from most stationery shops. These come in a pack of 10 sheets and cost about a dollar a sheet. You will need a computer with a printer to print your images onto them. Another image transfer method would require certain transfer liquid or solvent.

But if you want to transfer images easily with no fuss and mess, just get some clear cellophane tapes and followrepparttar 137191 step by step instructions below.

Supplies Needed:

1. cardstock or paper 2. broadest roll of clear cellophane tape 3. photocopied images 4. water


1. Have your desired images black and white or color photocopied. 2. Trimrepparttar 137192 photocopied images.

What is Poison Croquet?

Written by Peter Jay

In some areas ofrepparttar Western United States a simple form of croquet is being played, one different thanrepparttar 137067 traditional competitive forms of croquet. This type of croquet is often called Poison, and is a favorite of amateur or casual croquet players. Poison croquet is played withrepparttar 137068 standard nine wicket croquet set. It can be played by 2,3,4,5, or 6 players. It has similar rules to American backyard croquet; however, it differs from other styles of croquet, in that no points are scored. The players all start atrepparttar 137069 same end ofrepparttar 137070 nine-wicket croquet playing field, instead of having an equal number of players beginning at opposing sides. The order ofrepparttar 137071 game followsrepparttar 137072 order ofrepparttar 137073 colors onrepparttar 137074 croquet mallet withrepparttar 137075 corresponding ball color of each player. Rather than competing for points, or which “team” can completerepparttar 137076 course first, with all of their croquet balls,repparttar 137077 players compete to see who can become poison first, and eliminate all ofrepparttar 137078 other players. A player becomes poison by hitting his or her ball through all nine wickets and strikingrepparttar 137079 stick at end. Once a player’s ball becomes poison, any ball that they hit with their “poison” ball, is eliminated fromrepparttar 137080 game. The goal is to eliminate all ofrepparttar 137081 other players fromrepparttar 137082 game by hitting them withrepparttar 137083 poison ball. The last player left inrepparttar 137084 game wins. Other traditional rules of backyard or American croquet still apply. The ball must be hit forward through each wicket, rather than going through fromrepparttar 137085 back end or fromrepparttar 137086 opposing direction. An extra hit is gained for each wicket, through which a ball is hit; only one extra hit can be gained from each wicket. An extra hit is also gained by hittingrepparttar 137087 ball of another player. Afterrepparttar 137088 other player’s ball is hit,repparttar 137089 player who hitrepparttar 137090 other player’s ball has two options: he may place his ball next torepparttar 137091 other player’s ball, put his foot on his own ball, and knockrepparttar 137092 other player’s ball out of play by striking his own ball; or he may simply take another hit towardsrepparttar 137093 next wicket.

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