Transferring A Picture Onto A Block Of Wood Is Pretty Much The Coolest Thing

You want a cool and unique idea? Well here ya go… Here’s a quick and easy tutorial from Crystal Hethcote that’ll teach you a cool method of transferring a picture onto a block of wood.

All of which you can easily afford at your local craft store. Check it out below!

You’ll need a block of wood (duh)

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Mod podge and gel medium

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Cover wood with gel medium

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Place paper picture side down

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Smooth out bubbles

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Let it dry

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Wet surface

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Gently rub the wet paper off

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Clean off paper residue

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Cover with mod podge

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Check out the video

Here’s a quick recap of what you’ll need: A piece of rectangle wood… or really any will do / A bottle of “Mod Podge® Matte” / “Liquitex® String Gel Medium” / A brush to apply the products / Any printed photo you would like to use. * Also, make sure to flip the photograph before printing it off.

All of the stuff mentioned above might run about $25, but the result is totally worth. Make sure to drop us a comment below and give this a share on Facebook.

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