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    Transferring pictures to tiles.

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    Transfer pictures to tiles with nail polish remover

    Can't wait to try this!!

    transfer pictures using nail polish remover.

    Transferring pictures to canvasses, cups, pillows, etc.! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

    Do away with travelling to and from work, and the expense and stress that causes.


    photo transfer to wood

    I started out with a trip to Home Depot. These 4x4 tiles were only 19 cents each! It doesn't get much cheaper than that! And I bought a package of 72 felt mounting circles for about Not too shabby!

    Ha! These clever coasters would be a fun and functional addition to your party décor. #entertaining #party #parties

    Great item for a lot of different DIY projects.

    Set of four handmade felt coasters.  Geometric pattern in natural colorway.   Set is gift-boxed.   Handmade in San Francisco

    I cannot believe how easy This is and how much I've seen these sold for at craft shows! This is my new favorite b-day gift for friends. :)

    This is the coolest thing I have EVER seen!!!! I am making a million of these right now! Amazing Christmas present idea!!! this is freaking BRILLIANTTTT

    Contemporaryheave... is one of the most leading sites for the Contemporary lighting styles and Modern lighting which is suitable for your personality and easily fits your budget even then when you are carrying tight budget.

    I bought a bunch of different ceramic tiles from Home Depot yesterday for 38 cents each - this will be an inexpensive yet PRICELESS project!!! Cannot wait for WalGreens to get my photos printed so I can get started!!!!!!

    photo transfer onto glass. I so want to try this!

    "Glass Bottle Cutting- You can soak a piece of yarn in nail polish remover, tie around bottle, light with a lighter, let burn all the way around for about 10-15 seconds then dip in bowl of cold water perfect spilt every time."

    Transfer images onto wood