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A great unique way to print/display photos for a vintage look. Printed on Lazertran and transferred to convas.

Transferring Pictures to Canvas Anna Swenson Wetzel I took a quick glance at this picture and I SWEAR it was you and Dusty. Weirded me out lol

TJ's notes: peel paper very slowly, rub paper off very lightly (the image will come off easily). Make sure Mod Podge (gel medium) does not pool at edges or on sides. Picture canvas tutorial #photos

Transfer an image to canvas. Pump up the saturation in the photo then print to a transparency. Place transparency ink side down onto a canvas that you have spread gel medium on and smooth out air bubbles. Flip over and rub the canvas firmly. Peel back a corner to see if the image has transferred then peel off completely.

Pallet Wall Art! DIY More pallet patio, gardening, DIY furniture ideas and inspiration at

I'm going to create a frame like this for our hallway!

How to transfer photos onto wood - it doesn't specify but you may have to use a laser printed picture like you do when transferring to canvas.

Great idea for a collage of pictures!

Transfer a photo on wood. DIY tutorial.

Transfer photo copies to canvas. Slightly time consuming, and hit or miss with how much comes off, but it DOES work!

This would make a great statement piece that ties all of your colors together. Just pick your paints & start stamping! I bet a cork would make some unique circles. :))