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Super-easy image transfers using photocopies, acrylic paint, and a spritzer bottle.

Acrylic paint transfer. Just need a photocopy of an image, card stock, water, and maybe a canvas. This would be cool to do w family pics or maybe a favorite place

How To: Acrylic Paint Transfer They forgot to mention one supply...patience. Probably the most important supply needed. If I find some, I'm sure to try this!

Acrylic Photo Transfer This is a pretty cool artistic technique using acrylic paint that would be fun to try out.

Apparently the paint in the acrylic dabbers is slightly different to other acrylics as it is more chalky and that's why the transfers work best with these paints. But you can use other mediums. I tried it with Jo Sonia's background paints but didn't get such a good effect

I have done this with TH Distress Ink too. Works great but love how she paints over it in white on an art journaling page. Wonderful!

here's a simple way to create a "painted background" without having to get your paintbrush out......all you need is your journal, your favorite water-soluble markers (i use tombow brush pens), an acrylic block, and a mini mister.

By Andrea Hayes. Acrylic Block Stamped Background

handmade card ... one layer design ... blocks of scribbled color ... silhouette plant stamp on top .. .elegant simplicity ...

Transfer photo image to glass. Wow! Who knew you could do this at home?

DIY Photo Transfers with acrylic dabbers.