Image transfer to wood -  *Gel Medium – I found it at Michael’s with the artist acrylic and oil paints – not with the craft acrylic paints. (Mod Podge photo transfer stuff is not transparent, leaves white background, so don’t use it on wood unless you want a white background.) *Mod Podge.  *Brush.  *Image – mirror image on regular paper.  *Piece of wood, cut to the size you want. *Sponge & water

Image transfer to wood - *Gel Medium – I found it at Michael’s with the artist acrylic and oil paints – not with the craft acrylic paints. (Mod Podge photo transfer stuff is not transparent, leaves white background, so don’t use it on wood unless you want a white background.) *Mod Podge. *Brush. *Image – mirror image on regular paper. *Piece of wood, cut to the size you want. *Sponge & water

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Transfer pictures. I'd like to give it a try sometime, but it doesn't specify photo paper or regular... hm... maybe I'll try it on something small first. ;-)

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View on YouTubeThis method of printing/transferring your laser-printed or photocopied image to wood (and other materials) is the best I have tried. These are the other methods I've used:Mod Podge Photo TransferLiquitex Gel MediumCitrus solvent (rub-off method)The method demonstrated here uses Acrylic Polyurethane as a transfer medium and has these advantages:Clear (not milky white like Mod Podge)Dries Fast (I got away with 45 minutes in the demonstration, though 2 hours or more is…

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