I really love the dreamy vintage look of polaroid transfer prints. I ordered my Daylab 200 on Ebay years ago after taking a class at Paper Source in Evanston, Illinois, and have decided that it’s time to pass on this piece of historical technology as I organize and prepare for a big neighborhood garage sale. Since I knew the Daylab was leaving me, I decided to give it one last go and had fun making some prints from old family slides. I kept a few and gave some as gifts to family members, truly one-of-a-kind gifts. You can find polaroid transfers for sale on Etsy, but they are not always originals, sometimes they are prints of originals, which don’t have the same luster as the real thing, in my opinion. I also found this shop
which will make a polaroid transfer print for you if you send in a slide, how cool.
Come by the neighborhood garage sale on Saturday June 16th if you’re interested, the set will be priced at $75 which is a steal from what I paid for the Daylab, the base, brayer and some watercolor paper. If it doesn’t go, I’ll list to Etsy.