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How to Transfer a Photograph Onto a Block of Wood

How to Transfer a Photograph Onto a Block of Wood
Here’s a quick and easy tutorial that’ll teach you a cool method of transferring a photo print (black and white or color) onto a block of wood. All you’ll need (aside from the photo and wood) is some gel medium and Mod Podge. You’ll want to use prints made with some kind of laser printer or copier rather than an ink printer. DIY Wooden Picture [ReadyMade]

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