First thing, credit where credit is due: Dhananjay Gadre for the original idea.
I had to do my own - using EagleCAD of course. Here is the process - it's a pretty good rundown on the Toner-Transfer etch-resist method in my last entry.
Steps I'll insert later:
1) EagleCAD layout
3) Copper-clad board prep
4) Laminating the toner to the copper-clad
5) Soaking the paper off - love the way the HP Everyday Photo Paper releases when I print on the back-side of the paper:
6) Peeling the paper - it should lift right off...
After removing the paper, waiting for the etchant:
7) Etch (this picture is post-etching):
8) After removing the toner with Acetone:
Ready for population:
LED's and 56ohm resistors NOTE LED POLARITY!
10) Solder paste applied on pads and 11) components placed on paste. I could've used a wee bit more paste, but it was good enough:
After 12) Reflow:
Yay, it works!