I spent this morning setting up an already made logo which will be used to put onto Transfer Paper. Merrian-Webster defines the term as ‘a paper coated with a special preparation for transferring a design or imprint to another surface by heat, pressure, or moisture.’
In Adobe Illustrator, I flipped the original logo over by going to Object > Transform > Reflect which reflected it 90 degrees. Before putting this onto transfer paper, we printed out on normal A4 paper for a trial run.
After some adjustments to make sure the logo wasn’t cut off during printing, the transfer paper printing begin and it turned out okay, taking only a matter of seconds to complete.
Here is how the logos looked printed on Transfer Paper.