Image transfer to wood -  *Gel Medium – I found it at Michael’s with the artist acrylic and oil paints – not with the craft acrylic paints. (Mod Podge photo transfer stuff is not transparent, leaves white background, so don’t use it on wood unless you want a white background.) *Mod Podge.  *Brush.  *Image – mirror image on regular paper.  *Piece of wood, cut to the size you want. *Sponge & water

Image transfer to wood - *Gel Medium – I found it at Michael’s with the artist acrylic and oil paints – not with the craft acrylic paints. (Mod Podge photo transfer stuff is not transparent, leaves white background, so don’t use it on wood unless you want a white background.) *Mod Podge. *Brush. *Image – mirror image on regular paper. *Piece of wood, cut to the size you want. *Sponge & water

This tutorial video will show you how to "print on stone", or rather - transfer your laser-printed picture (color or black-and-white) onto stone.SUPPLIES NEEDED: A stone (ideally smooth and light in color)Acrylic Polyurethane* (OR ModPodge Photo transfer / Liquitex Gel Medium / etc.)BrushLaser-printed image (printed on regular or specialty transfer paper - see below)This technique works even if your image is printed to regular paper. But if you go that route, you'll use the "ru...

This tutorial video will show you how to "print on stone", or rather - transfer your laser-printed picture (color or black-and-white) onto stone.SUPPLIES NEEDED: A stone (ideally smooth and light in color)Acrylic Polyurethane* (OR ModPodge Photo transfer / Liquitex Gel Medium / etc.)BrushLaser-printed image (printed on regular or specialty transfer paper - see below)This technique works even if your image is printed to regular paper. But if you go that route, you'll use the "ru...

transfer tech: Now that the base color was down, it was time to start adding texture.  I decided it needed some transferred print so I tore a page from a book, slapped on some Gel Medium and placed it on the journal.  The key to making this work is giving it a good rub down with a bone folder.

transfer tech: Now that the base color was down, it was time to start adding texture. I decided it needed some transferred print so I tore a page from a book, slapped on some Gel Medium and placed it on the journal. The key to making this work is giving it a good rub down with a bone folder.

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