I am definitely doing this soon! Print your picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood press and let dry overnight. next day using water and your hands rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge.

Try This: Print Your Family Photos On Wood — Readymade

I am definitely doing this soon! Print your picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood press and let dry overnight. next day using water and your hands rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge.

OHHHHH MY GOD I MUST MAKE LOOOOOOVVVVVE this coffee table alternative! #gold #tree stumps

OHHHHH MY GOD I MUST MAKE LOOOOOOVVVVVE this coffee table alternative! #gold #tree stumps

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crochet shoes

crochet shoes

Who needs an iPod when you can have one of these? (how about an iPod doc made to look like one of these, hmmmmmm)

Who needs an iPod when you can have one of these? (how about an iPod doc made to look like one of these, hmmmmmm)


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Edison's Phonograph poster, Smithsonian - American Art Museum.  Phonograph/record player/gramophone,  were invented during America's Gilded Age era, c.1877. By American inventor: Thomas Alva Edison. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: Smithsonian on flickr)

Edison's Phonograph poster, Smithsonian - American Art Museum. Phonograph/record player/gramophone, were invented during America's Gilded Age era, c.1877. By American inventor: Thomas Alva Edison. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: Smithsonian on flickr)

Edison Phonograph "Opera" 1911    #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Edison Phonograph "Opera" 1911 #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Edison Phonograph Ad by the Nat'l Phonograph Company.  In the opinion of Neil Lerner, a collector, the phonograph is one of Edison’s “Home” units. The model, he says, can be identified by the clips on the side. These clips were used to attach the lid.  Behind the woman’s elbow is a hole in the case to insert the crank to wind up the phonograph. A dozen seconds of cranking, and then you could sit back and listen to a 2-minute song, a speech, or a story."

Edison Phonograph Ad by the Nat'l Phonograph Company. In the opinion of Neil Lerner, a collector, the phonograph is one of Edison’s “Home” units. The model, he says, can be identified by the clips on the side. These clips were used to attach the lid. Behind the woman’s elbow is a hole in the case to insert the crank to wind up the phonograph. A dozen seconds of cranking, and then you could sit back and listen to a 2-minute song, a speech, or a story."

One of 24 variations of His Masters Voice painted by Francis Barraud for Emile Berliner the German born  and Washington based inventor of the flat disc record and the gramophone.

One of 24 variations of His Masters Voice painted by Francis Barraud for Emile Berliner the German born and Washington based inventor of the flat disc record and the gramophone.

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