Mod Podge Picture On Wood

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Mod Podge Picture On Wood

Posted by Brault Agrican on Tuesday, 14 January, 2020 21:30:27

Yep, you heard right! You can do an inkjet photo transfer to wood with just Mod Podge.I love transferring images to wood - they make these personalized rustic little pieces that are perfect to just sprinkle around the house or to give as a small personalized gift.

How to Use Mod Podge to Transfer Images. Mod Podge is a gel-based product associated with decoupage, the procedure in which paper is layered to create a design. Since 1967, the Plaid Company has offered this product as an adhesive and sealer for craft projects. Gel mediums such as Mod Podge can pull the

Mod Podge Photo Transfer by Melissa Woods Posted on February 15, 2015 June 26, 2015 Welcome to a very easy to follow picture tutorial on how to create a wood block picture using the mod podge transfer method.

If you want a complete image to just be on a wood background, you might try using mod podge to just decoupage your paper onto the wood - that way you'll have better color too. This technique isn't meant to transfer a perfect photo with bright colors - it just creates a neat rustic effect of text or images on wood.

Mod Podge is a water based sealer, glue and finish. It can be used to secure paper and fabric to many different surfaces including wood and glass. You can display your favorite pictures, make them into coasters, or even create a photo jewelry box. Mod Podge is water-resistant but if you would like

In fact, I'll show you how to transfer photos to wood in three simple steps! Any painting of the wood is an additional step if you choose to do so . . . the photo transfer itself is simple as can be and makes great decor on its own. (get more craft ideas using Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium!) Transfer a Picture to Wood