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  • Angeline Lennon

    memory candle holders using old photos

  • Patricia Brentano

    Image Transfer Candle Holders- This is such a fun way to display photographs! The technique uses black and white photocopies and transparent contact paper to transfer images to glass votive candleholders. What happens is that the black ink sticks to the contact paper. It's a lot of fun to do. You'll be surprised by the results. It's like magic!

  • Erin Wolfe

    Transfer picture to a candle holder, via contact paper- cool gift idea for friends and family? Yesss

  • Bren @

    photo transfer onto glass DIY Crafts #DIY Easy Craft Ideas

  • tammaah

    Photo candle holder (Photo transfer onto clear contact paper)

  • Holly Glover

    "Memory" candle holders for a nostalgic gift. They don't look too hard, all you really need is contact paper

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Use favorite photos in your home's decor. Learn how to photo transfer with this crafty DIY project.

Print your photo on Lazertran paper, making sure the image prints on the chalky eggshell side. Let dry for 30 minutes. Cut the image to size. Soak the printout facedown in a pan of water for about a minute. Peel off the backing and place the filmy printout onto a ceramic vase, smoothing out any air bubbles. Once the paper dries, the white on the photo will show. If you want it to be clear, paint one to three coats of polyurethane over the top of the image.

Photos transferred to glass. ~ This would be a really neat idea for Mosaic crafts, instead of using broken tiles!

Simply framing your favorite photos doesn't quite do them justice. Try transferring your best prints onto wood. This creative display will showcase your picture perfect moments in a manner that's worthy of their greatness.