In Randel Plowman's online class last weekend we learned how to do transfers using digital ground. It was a very time intensive project that was absolutely fun! The time issue is that you just have to be patience and wait. The actual time on the project is not overly intensive. If you have never used digital ground it is way cool technique.
All you do is paint the digital ground on an overhead transparency horizontally and let it dry. Paint one more time in a vertical direction and again let it dry but this time overnight.
In the mean time get your images ready to print. Using an inkjet printer, print the images right on the digital ground side of the transparency. To apply the images, moisten the substrate and then burnish the images. It takes some getting use to, but I guarantee a good time.