To the left you can see the print after the transfer...
I tried several different methods (or better said a little bit different procedures...). I won't write them down just concetrate on the most important thing for the transfer:
Lay your print onto the desired surface (also wood or fabric is working quite well!).
Put a little bit aceton on a paper tissue and NOT on your print!
Now you have to be fast:
Press the paper tiessue with the aceton on your print.
And I mean "press"! It is only during the first contact with the aceton (or other kind of solvent you are using but aceton works best for me) that the colour starts bleeding. As soon as the aceton dries again the colour won't ever be transferable again (regardless how much aceton you would spill over the print). Also without the pressure the colour won't bleed into your target but stays in the print.
Look at the picture below: On the left side I used some pressure but put the aceton direct over the print. On the right side I used the procedure described above.
In short I would say: Pressure and aceton should be used at exact the same time!
The horse is an image from graphics fairy. I also made the cat and the swallow stencil from picutres from graphics fairy (Oh, I just love her collection!) The crow and the tree stencil are my own graphics :)
I have a lot more stencils and things I made by using them, just have a look if you like or jump over here for how to make your own one :)