What you need:
- Polaroid Negative
- Thick book
- Rolling Pin
- Tea Towel
- optional: white vinegar
- optional: dinner plate
Here's are some more detailed
- Use Gloss 10 x 15cm photo paper (I used coded
- Take your photo, when you peel your negative off, instantly slap it on the glossy photo paper
- Place the photo paper inside a hardcover book (the negative should be stuck to the photopaper)
- Leave the book shut for about 30mins (probably need much less time than this)
- When ready, peel the negative away from the photo paper.
- Place the Negatives attached to the Photopaper in a tray
- Boil some water in the Kettle
- Setting the timer, pour the water on the negative/photopaper
- Use the spatula to hold the paper in the tray (to keep from floating from the top). After 1 minute, pour out water, and pour more hotwater on the negatives
- Repeat the above process 3 times.
- After at least 3 minutes in the hotwater place a tea towel on flat surface, then the negative on the towel. Fold part of the towel over the negative.
- The idea is to get as much water out the negative - take your rolling pill and go over the negative sandwiched between the tea towel. Time this - do this for 1 minute.
- Pull apart the negative.
The posts following this one show some examples of ID UV photopaper transfers.