Do you ever see those awesome Pinterest posts of people transferring an image to a piece of wood or some other type of material? I have tried a couple techniques in the past but they were hard, time consuming, etc. But, thanks to the folks at CreativeBug, I have finally been able to learn a few easy ways for transferring images, and I am so excited to share one!
Note: If you are transferring anything involving words you must print a mirror/reversed image of those words or they will be backwards!
1. Create a good solid layer of Mod Podge wherever you are transferring your image to. Not "goopy" just a good solid layer with nothing left bare.
You may have to reapply more water throughout this process. Or, if you're like me, I noticed after it dried that I could still see paper remnants and did the process over again to get rid of that look.
6. And wa-la your image is officially transferred! You can do with it whatever you wish!
Rebecca Myers (Dickinson)
Hey there, I'm Becca, or Rebecca, but not Becky, never Becky, unless you're my family from down south! I'm a simply modern librarian by day and an artist by night. My pursuit is for a simple, happy, healthy, and more fulfilling life! I hope I inspire you to get crafty!