1. This pot is painted with Anne Sloan chalk paint but any interior or exterior paint will work.
2. Distress the pot with sandpaper.
3. Get an image you would like and make sure to flip the image horizontally before printing on freezer paper. I have a wide-format printer but this image would work on a regular ink-jet printer. The freezer paper must be cut precisely the size of your paper and attached to a piece of paper. I use either doubled sided tape or spray adhesive to attach together.
4. Print and carefully remove the image transfer, handling the printed side carefully as the ink will be very wet and will smudge easily.
5. Place the ink side face down on the pot or whatever you want the image on and use a brayer (spoon, ice cream stick, your finger(nail) to transfer the image. I sometimes will tape the transfer so that I can lift the image up to see if the image is dark enough, if not continue to use your brayer until you get the look you want.
6. At this point you can wipe off the paper for use again.
7. The transfer will be wet for awhile. Let it cure for a few days and then spray lightly with varnish.