A little while ago, I decided I needed a tray on my dresser where I could place my jewelry, such as my wedding ring, when I took them off for the night. I am a sucker for anything with my little girl's face on it, so I made this distressed tray with her picture using Mod Podge Photo Transfer. I expected this project to be hard, but the hardest part ended up being waiting for it to dry! It was worth the wait. I loved the results.
For this project you will need:
A wooden tray
A picture printed on regular paper from an inkjet printer
Mod Podge Photo Transfer
With photo transfer, you can transfer a image to glass, wood and even fabric. I found a wood tray that I thought was about the right size at Hobby Lobby for a couple of dollars.
Place the image face down on the tray and then smooth out the paper, starting at the center. Wipe away any extra transfer as this medium does not dry clear.
Along with the Photo Transfer, I was also able to test out Mod Podge's paper, acrylic shapes and Glitter Mod Podge (I am madly in love with the Glitter Mod Podge), which I used to make the Eiffel Tower necklace in the picture at the beginning of the post. I will share the tutorial for the cute necklace on Monday!
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