Very thin paper coated on one side with a waxy, dark-colored preparation, as of carbon: it is placed between two sheets of paper so that the pressure of typing or writing on the upper sheet makes a copy on the lower.
Place the transfer paper face up on a flat surface, and lay the carbon paper over it, so the ink faces the paper.
Tape the transfer paper face up on a table, and layer the carbon paper face down and your template face up on top.
Cc or CC stands for Carbon Copy, a reference to the old-fashioned practice from the days of typewriters of inserting a piece of carbon paper among the blank sheets in the typewriter to create an instant copy.
Put the carbon paper on top of the contact paper, followed by your pattern.
Pull the carbon paper and the pattern away, leaving only the contact paper on the glass.