What you need: • Photocopy or inkjet printout • Scissors • Mod Podge • Gesso • Wood or canvas panel • Collage materials • UV-resistant gloss finish 1. Unlike image transfer you don’t need to make a mirror copy of your photo and you can use a straight printout. 2. Using Mod Podge cover your canvas or wood panel with decorated papers, old newspapers and other found objects. 3. Using scissors randomly cut your photocopy or inkjet printout any way that appeals to you, arranging the pieces on the background surface and using Mod Podge to glue the pieces down on top of the collage layer. Cover the slices with Mod Podge. 4. Coat some areas with watered-down gesso so the photo blends better into the background. 5. Protect your artwork with Krylon clear UV protection.
Mod Podge Photo...Hobby Lobby wood frame $2.99, paint, modge podge, paint brush, fave photo.... Love it! like how the picture is almost as big as the frame. be cute to dress up and take pictures in the woods @ new house of me and do this to put in room.
Another pinner said "Made this for my MIL for Easter. My Mom will get one too. Mod Podge and hot glue was used. I plan on putting tulips inside." I LOVE this idea!!!
12 Home Decor Mod Podge Projects • Lots of tutorials, including this DIY canvas flower by 'Riss Home Design'!