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Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila!

I made one of these for my daughter and it turned out so cute. All you need is a wood block, photos, scrapbooking paper, a printer, ribbon, mod podge, and any embellishments you want.

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Frugal DIY: How to Make your own Photo Key Chain

You can use old credit cards, cut to size. glue on scrapbook paper, pictures, stickers... add a layer of mod podge to seal. Love this!

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Get Oversized B&W Prints On the Cheap at Staples

Did you know that you can have your photos printed as a massive 3x4-foot photo for just $5 at Staples? It's called an "engineering print"

Print your picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood press and let dry overnight. next day using water and your hands rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge.

Just print off any picture, spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Coat the wood with Mod Podge and lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then seal the photo with another layer of Mod Podge. Screw-in and paint eye hooks and hang with a pretty ribbon. Voila!

Making a wood transfer is actually pretty simple!  First, you will need to gather all of the supplies you need.. A flat and smooth piece of wood that you would like the picture to be transferred to (I got mine at Hobby Lobby for about $2.) Mod Podge (Glossy Mod Podge gives it nice glossed …

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DIY Photo Blocks

DIY Photo blocks... awesome idea! wouldn't wedding picture with names and date below be beautiful. Love this idea for children too amazing potential for any picture.

to spray paint clothespins (or similar things), clip them onto an old cardboard box and tape the flaps up. they'll dry there and you won't have to worry about waiting for one side to dry at a time.

Just print off any picture, spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Coat the wood with Mod Podge and lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then seal the photo with another layer of Mod Podge. Screw-in and paint eye hooks and hang with a pretty ribbon. Voila!

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Block Mounted Photos Learn The Easy Trick

Just print any picture you want, spray-paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod Podge, coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of Mod Podge over the picture. Affix eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila!

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2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. Imprint & Bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and spray with metallic paint. @ DIY Home Ideas