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Nature-Inspired Paper Projects

Grab your camera, head outdoors, and let nature be your muse for these simple and elegant transfer projects. Use your printer and different types of transfer paper to embellish everything from fabric to furniture.
  • Laura Healey

    Photo Transfer Artwork This Valentine's Day, gift a dreamy, stylized set of wall art with our simple and elegant photo transfer project. First, print a favorite photo on an overhead transparency. Cover the surface of your canvas with a thin coat of gel medium, a clear gloss finish that can be found at your local crafts store, then place the transparency ink-side down onto the gel. Burnish it with the back of a spoon. Lift a corner to see if the image has transferred, then peel off the film completely. The resulting image will have an artsy, gritty quality. Transfer several images on different-size canvases and group them for a cool wall display.

  • Sheryn Turner

    Nature-Inspired Paper Projects Grab your camera, head outdoors, and let nature be your muse for these simple and elegant transfer projects. Use your printer and different types of transfer paper to embellish everything from fabric to furniture. Love dreamy, stylized wall art? Create an affordable version of pricey canvas prints using transparencies and a gel medium.

  • Annika Kramer

    another craft idea to do with Jazz!

  • Erika ODogherty

    diy canvas art - How to transfer photos to canvas

  • Anna Martinez-Argento

    Photo canvas prints...

  • Rebecca Rutherford

    Art Show- Love dreamy, stylized wall art? Create an affordable version of pricey canvas prints using transparencies and a gel medium.Start by selecting your favorite photo and pumping up the color saturation using an image-editing program on your computer. Print the image on an overhead transparency. Cover the surface of your canvas with a thin coat of gel medium.Place the transparency ink-side down onto the gel medium and smooth out any air bubbles. Burnish it with the back of a spoon or a bone folder, rubbing vigorously. You can also do this by flipping the canvas over and rubbing from the underside.Lift a corner to see if the image has transferred. Once it does, peel off the film completely. The resulting image will have an artsy, gritty quality. Transfer several images on different-size canvases and group them for a cool wall display.

  • Kim Schuetz Kennedy

    Make your own wall art by transferring photos to canvases!

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