By Susie from Madison, AL
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By lisa 04/26/2010
Any company that specializes in sublimation can do this for you. Unless you decoupage the item (which then means that it cannot be used for food/drink), you will probably need to have someone with a proper heat press and sublimation equipment do it for you. This is not a process easily or cost effectively done at home.
There are kits available in craft stores like Michael's, that allows you to do it. I think the dish or plate has to be made from a certain composite that will allow the heat to seal the photo on the surface. I have also seen kiosks in the local malls here that can do it. They are a bit pricey but the quality they display looks very good. Photos are crisp and not blurry.
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I want to transfer a picture to a plate. How do I do that?
Just go to any decoupage site online and you'll find all the instructions you need and it will be very inexpensive.
As a memorial to my dad and mom I would like to put a photo onto a plate. How do I do this?
By Vi Johnson06/01/2011
Check out www.webshots.com They offer photos on cups etc. I'm not sure about plates. Good luck. GG Vi
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I'm looking for information on how to transfer a picture on to a cup or plate. I know how to use an iron-on to put a picture on a T-Shirt. Can I use a similar method to iron a picture on a cup? Any information would be helpful.
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