Inkjet photo Transfer to wood with Mod-hodgepodge
did you Know you can transfer INKJET-printed images to wood? Yes . . . this inkjet photo transfer to wood is easy with Mod smorgasbord and regular school glue.skills Required: Advanced beginner. You should smorgasbord of experience before crafting, before you try this craft, preferably with Mod. It’s not necessarily hard, but it can be difficult, so it’s best if you have experience with the materials. Yes, heard right! You can do an inkjet photo transfer to wood with Mod-hodgepodge. I love transferring images to wood – you need to make this personalized rustic small pieces that are perfect to sprinkle them just around the house or as a small personal gift.you don’t a laser printer or a photo-transfer medium, either for this tutorial. It’s different from the Mod-hodgepodge, photo-transfer medium, there is your image with a clear background. Interested to see how I did it? Now, read on!Inkjet TransferSupplies: plastic-stencil sheetPVA glue (regular school glue)Mod-hodgepodge Matt or gloss sponge brush print wood block wood stains andpaper step 1. Sand your wood block – you want the surface as smooth as possible for a better image transfer. step 2. Paint two thin layers of glue on the shiny side of your template sheet. You can see the transparency films, as well as, if that's what you have on hand. Once completely dry, print your image on the glue, stencil sheet covered with your printer.note: you’ll need to show the image, conversely, if you want it to, as it is on the screen OR if it’s text. step 3. Allow the printed image is COMPLETELY DRY before proceeding to this step – paint a layer of Mod-smorgasbord on the wooden block and carefully place your image on top.With the help of the stencil sheet will allow you to align it much easier, with the wood-edges. Smooth lightly with your hands. step 4. Wait until the Mod hodgepodge is dry, the photo transfer on wood (I let my dry overnight – 24 hours is recommended).Easily lead them to disconnect the tip of a cutter knife on the sides of the wood before peeling, the image from the rest of the glue has dried. Peel it carefully, so again, make sure your image is completely dry, or it won’t transfer perfectly. step 5. The stain, the sides and the back of the wood block and let it dry, and you’re done! This simple manual photo transfer to wood takes time, but it gives fantastic image-transfer results, without the hassle of wetting the image and rubbing the paper. The stencil sheet can also be used again and again!
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