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How To Transfer A Photo To Wood – Video Tutorial

How To Transfer A Photo To Wood – Video Tutorial
Many decorations are expensive and not that stylish to being worth your attention. With the tricks featured in this tutorial, you can make your own custom piece of decoration. Read the following and learn how to transfer a photo to wood and actually make a nice `painting` to place in your living room. Here is what you’ll need: • a picture printed on a regular piece of paper; • a block of wood (smooth, sanded wood is recommended); • gel medium; • Mod Podge; You begin with covering the piece of wood with the gel medium and place the paper with the picture facing down. Video Tutorial – DIY Wooden Picture

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