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Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood: cover wood with gel medium; place paper picture-side down; firmly smooth out all bubbles; let dry overnight; gently rub wetted paper off; clean all paper residue off; cover with mod podge; let dry;

DIY: How To Transfer A Photo Onto Wood - photos printed on regular copy paper are easily transferred onto pallet wood frames using Mod Podge.

DIY Pallet Photo Frames & Photo Transfer Technique

DIY Pallet Photo Frames with Mod Podge Photo Transfer-must be laser jet print on copy paper, reverse/mirror image. Need Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium

22 New Ways To Use Your Printer

DIY Transfer Decal Tutorial-- Waterslide decal paper comes with a white or clear carrier film and is compatible with either inkjet or laser printers so be sure to purchase the type of paper best suited to your particular project.

I’ve been doing some facebook lives (see them here) and someone requested photo transfer onto wood. and I’ve never done that. but I’m always up for a fun new craft! I hopped on pinterest and found….a bazillion different ways. So I weeded through them all and came up with the 4 basic ways to achieve …

How to transfer photos on wood -4 different ways

DIY Project - How To Easily Transfer Photos To Wood in 5 Steps: http://www.thesawguy.com/how-to-transfer-a-photo-onto-wood-5-simple-steps/

Transfer your favorite photos onto wood in just 5 simple steps. Trust me, this DIY project is not beyond your skill level.

How to Transfer Ink to Wood   I'm confused about the shipping label...do I print the picture on the sticky side of the back of the label? Or...

How to Transfer Ink to Wood

How to Transfer Ink to Wood: 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.

DIY, recycled light bulbs! What a great idea!

DIY Project: Recycled Light Bulbs, This might look cute as a vase in my new candle holder :)

Use Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to Create a DIY Project.

50+ Awesome DIY Image Transfer Projects

Use Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to Create a DIY Project. Foam board backing idea for chair area

Toss the Boring Frames: How to Transfer a Photo onto Wood...:

She Puts A Photo On A Woodblock... When She's Done? Magical!

OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS! It looks like wrong link!    :((  EXC!

Home Frosting: Transfer Images Using Freezer Paper Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities?

Weekend project: DIY bicycle rim clock -- it actually works! Great gift idea for Father's Day. #DIY

A bicycle rim clock is the perfect gift for a biking enthusiast! This DIY project transforms a bicycle rim into a piece of artwork in your home. This clock actually works and is a great gift idea for Father's Day.

DIY Transfer Wood Pictures: An Easy Way to Add an Antique Effect on your Photos - http://www.thebudgetdiet.com/diy-transfer-wood-pictures-an-easy-way-to-add-an-antique-effect-on-your-photos?utm_content=snap_default&utm_medium=social&utm_source=Pinterest.com&utm_campaign=snap

DIY Transfer Wood Pictures: An Easy Way to Add an Antique Effect on your Photos

Love this nature craft that also combines outdoor time. "What do you see in the picture frame?" Great for any season!

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Here's a great way to teach about cloud identification and classification! Weather Window cloud identification and weather prediction activity kit

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38 Easy DIY Photo and Picture Frame Crafts

DIY wood picture. Love this! Cheaper than canvas

34 Insanely Cool and Easy DIY Project Tutorials

Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood: cover wood with gel medium; place paper picture-side down; firmly smooth out all bubbles; let dry overnight; gently rub wetted paper off; clean all paper residue off; cover with mod podge; let dry;

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