This month the Tart kit gives you materials for trying Transfer Artist Paper (TAP) with non-traditional surfaces. In addition to Lutrdur, metal sheets, and mica, you have received a sheet of images, acrylic paints, and parchment. TAP works great on fabric and certainly can be used in a project if you choose. But try it on these other surfaces and keep the results in your "might want to use later" file.
When you are ready to transfer, cut around the image. The white polymer of the TAP will show on non-white surfaces. Place the TAP face down onto the surface you want the image, cover with parchment, and press firmly with a hot iron for a short time. You can't overiron the TAP. When the image has transfered, peel the backing paper away while the paper is still warm. TAP will stick if you wait for it to cool.