IOD Cotswolds Transfer (pad of 8 12"x16" sheets) by IOD - Iron Orchid Designs is inspired by an English region with the same name.
The Cotswolds is an area in south-central England, along a range of rolling hills that rise from the meadows of the upper Thames to an escarpment above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale. During the Middle Ages, thanks to the breed of sheep known as the Cotswold Lion, the Cotswolds became prosperous from the wool trade with the continent. While the raising of sheep was important; cows and pigs are also reared. The Gloucestershire Old Spots is an English breed of pig which is predominantly white with black spots. It is named after the county of Gloucestershire.
IOD Cotswolds Transfer set contains 8 pages which make up 2 complete signages.
The first 4-page signage is of the Gloucestershire Old Spot Eatery & Charcuterie, featuring a Gloucestershire Old Spots pig.
The other signage is The Old Woolery Tavern, with a Cotswold Lion Sheep.
This high-quality rub-on transfer with non-stick carrier sheet comes in a 12 x 16-inch pad with eight sheets. IOD transfers are quite versatile and can be stunning on large furniture pieces as well as DIY wall art, textiles, home accessories and decor! Use on walls, painted furniture, and other DIY projects to give a different feel.
The pad format makes it easy and efficient to store transfer pieces on their non-stick backings. Every IOD transfer comes with a specially designed tool to rub on the image as well as directions for how to apply it. If you’re more of a visual learner click here for a beginner video tutorial.
Gridlines are printed on the transfer backing. This allows you to confidently position the image exactly where you want it on your decor project. The IOD transfer backing can also be used to burnish the transfer to ensure full adhesion.