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DIY photo-Transfer-to-metal

Embrace the copper trend with this metal-photo-transfer technique! You’ll Mod hodgepodge Transfer Medium – it’ use;to do s is very easy and makes unique interior.
It looks like this copper trend is here to stay, and I'm not complaining! I, Holly, love the decorating with copper accents, so when I went, the copper-coated aluminum sheets from the hardware store, I knew immediately what to do. Did you know Mod patchwork photo Transfer Medium works on metal?! Well, it does, and the end product is fantastic.
(see photo-transfer projects here!)
With all of your favorite laser-printed photos, you can create unique metal-to-photo-transfer technique. It requires very little effort and produces metal-photo-transfer technology, the type perfect for display in your home or as gifts.
Image Transfer on metal
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sheet metal, blanks
Laser printed photo in the desired size, color or grayscale
Mod patchwork photo Transfer Medium
brush

First, a note on the sheet. You can buy sheets of aluminum at most hardware stores, in this case, I bought one with a copper coating, and you can most likely cut it to the desired size for you Otherwise, you can cut it to size with a jig saw or similar machine at home, but do this very carefully and according to the machine instructions.
also Note, Mod patchwork photo Transfer Medium, is unique because it keeps the white parts of the images white. Similar marks should be clear, which means that all white areas of your photos, is the color of the background metal.
step 1: Cut the photo to print, which is so large that no edge remains (unless that's what you want).
step 2: Use you to spread the brush a thick layer of Mod-hodgepodge of photo Transfer Medium on the image side of the paper. It should be evenly and fully, the image will no longer cover, so that you can see.
step 3: Immediately place the image down on the sheet and flatten with your hands you the paper and remove all the bubbles. You do not want to press so hard that the medium penetrates from the sides, but just enough that you will be completely adhered to the metal and no bubbles remain.
set Aside to dry overnight. Depending on the temperature and humidity, it will be ready within 24 hours.
step 4: Once you feel completely dry and hard, use your Finger to add a little water to one corner of the paper. Press lightly and move your fingers in a circular motion to remove the layer of paper. You go slowly so that you do not accidentally remove the image. Furthermore, all over the paper with wet hands until all of the paper has been removed.
step 5: Set it aside to dry for about 10 minutes. If a white layer is dried over the image, remove the paper and repeat the last step.
the last of the metal-transfer the photos on a shelf, mounted on a wall or wrap as a gift!

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