lacquered frames.

DIY Pallet Photo Frames With Mod Podge Photo Transfer.

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

Canvas photo prints using normal computer printer and mod podge/canvas boards. SO COOL!

Photo Collage Letter Frame - this is such a cute idea. Could use the technique of printing on tissue paper and mod podging to a paper letter.

Buy the wood plaques at hobby lobby for $1, paint and mod podge your photo onto them..

For all the photos you have but never have frames for

canvas and ribbon

Gift for the home with family photos

mod podged picture on canvas with painted flowers on top

Use old Bible pages, or book pages to print photos in sepia or black and white. Then frame or mod podge on canvas or wood.

1st year canvas. One large image, lots of small squared images mod-podged onto a canvas. A way to use and display so many of the pictures just hidden away on the hard drive! - Click image to find more Home Decor Pinterest pins

Wooden picture: an easy, beautiful alternative to putting your pictures in a frame! All you need are FOUR things to make this.If the instructions are hard to read, click on the picture for the easy-to-follow video:

barnwood crafts ideas | Mod Podge photo on old barn wood | craft ideas finally know what I'm doing with the piece if barn wood I've carried around for years!!!!

GREAT blog! DIY Pallet Photo Frames with modge podge

Attach fabric to whatever size frame... mod podge favorite photo to fabric... embellish with anything else your little heart desires! yay.

My toddler painted this canvas, then I Mod Podged the quote and picture on.

I've been creating these the last couple of days. Even frames with detail in them are great- just mod podge the areas you want, press the map into the details, frame out the opening in the back, and trim as needed and desired. I LOVE them.

Rustic Shabby Chic Block Frame Picture Holder by DodsonDesigns316, $25.00

Just print off any picture, spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Coat the wood with Mod Podge and lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then seal the photo with another layer of Mod Podge. Screw-in and paint eye hooks and hang with a pretty ribbon. Voila!