Cropping is a creative way to display your favorite photos. Cover a wooden cube with pictures, cut them out to decorate a frame, or glue them to the outside of a paper or wooden box. You can peel off photos from any smooth surface that glue adheres to.
If you need to use an original image, hold it down so it doesn’t get distorted. Applying Mod Podge to photo paper is not recommended due to its thickness and sensitivity to moisture. Inkjet prints must be prepainted. No laser image.
- Using a sponge brush, brush the surface of a rough wood block with a thick layer of Mod Podge.
- Place the image directly on the tree.
- Burn the image to remove bubbles and wrinkles.
- Cover with two more coats of Mod Podge and allow each coat to dry before painting the next.
A glossy finish gives the project a shiny or shiny effect. This is a good option when copying photos printed on glossy paper. It doesn’t crop the images but adds some finishing touches to make your project look professional.
I use it as a name with the definition of Wikipedia: it is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored waste paper on it, combined with particular effects of color, gold leaf, etc. Mod Podge is a sticker you can use for decoupage! for example, to cut paper on a surface. With Podge, of course!
Inkjet Printer - Print the image on paper and let it dry for at least ten minutes. Spray both sides of the paper with clear acrylic sealer (multiple coats) and allow to dry. Paint both sides thinly with Mod Podge and let dry. Then you can do it as usual.
The most readily available white glue is Elmers Glue All (not Elmers Washable School Glue which is not permanent) but other brands etc. they will do the same, such as white adhesive glue, Sobo etc. In some countries, Fevicol is the affordable brand for permanent White Glue.
Mod Podge Photo Transfer Decal Technique
Use Mod Podge instead of duct tape. Rub a layer of transfer gel on the glass. Spread the transfer media with a craft brush to keep your fingers clean. Apply a generous layer of transfer medium to the surface of the glass on which you want to apply the image.
Mod Podge is a handcrafted offering made up of several ingredients, including vinyl acetate. The combination makes a product somewhat waterproof, but not waterproof. If a few drops of water fall on your Mod Podge project, clean them.
- Step 1: Apply the gel medium. Apply a thin, even layer of medium gel to the front of the image, making sure it covers the entire surface.
- Step 2: smooth and dry. Carefully place the image on the tree.
- Step 3: wet image. It's time to suck the broadcast.
- Step 4: Remove the paper base.
- Step 5: Seal and that's it.
You can use almost any light paper or cloth to cover the surface. Gift or origami paper is great because it is decorative and has a good weight. Other types of decoupage materials include: wallpaper.
FINISH WITH LACQUER
This classic 40 year old decoupage glue still has its cool side! Mod Podge Outdoor is perfect for protecting watercraft that are outdoors and exposed and able to withstand the elements, rain or sun. This unique sealant, glue and sealant can be used on wood, terracotta, slate, tin and more and is easy to clean with soap and water.
Instructions for use
Attach the pictures to the box with a decoupage holder and a brush. Put each image where you want it to be. Brush it with a layer of decoupage backing to hold it in place, or dab it on the back of each photo to glue it to the box. Arrange the photos artistically.