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Elmers glue on canvas, let dry, then paint with spray paint or brush on!

Photo onto wood: You got it! ANOTHER modge podge thingamathing! :) Worth a try (on some cheapy wood first of course)

  • Dan Neamu

    what is the stuff what you use there, please

  • Maegan Timmerman

    Gel medium. Kind of pricey. Got mine for 9.99 at hobby lobby. And modge podge. Cheaper but I forget the price. I also got it at hobby lobby. And there are wood blocks there as well and in different sizes.

  • Brandy Johnson

    my photos wont turn out ? I bought gel medium but could I be doing something wrong ? maybe the ink or printed copies ? I don't know why they don't turn out right ?

  • Shawn T

    I have not yet tried this method as mentioned in the pinned site. I have, however, used modge podge on photos and it works like a charm. I would not recommend it from photos you print at home as all it will do is smear them around....You'd need to get them printed somewhere, like Walmart or Walgreens and then do it. Good luck!

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Using Elmer's glue to draw the design then paint over it. They sell these large cardboard letters at Joann's!

White glue on canvas

Love this project! We wanna make it with our Clear Gel Tacky and our Soft Fabric Paints!

MOD PODGE - Homemade Mix 50% Elmer's glue and 50% water in a jar. Wish I would have known about this a couple days ago.. Mod Podge isn't cheap!

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elmer's glue in oil

Another Elmer's glue project

v.e.r.y.y.y.y.y cool....AND easy. Elmer's Glue poured, then dried, on to anything....tin foil over dried shoe polish rubbed over the foil. Voila.....TIN ART!!!