Crafting is a great way to create personalized gifts or home decor, and one woman has found a unique way to transfer photos onto wood.
She took a family photo and placed it on a wooden plank that she had painted white. After letting it sit overnight, she peeled off the paper to reveal a beautiful, rustic-looking image transferred onto the wood.
The process is simple but requires some patience.
First, the woman painted the wooden plank with white acrylic paint and let it dry.
Then she printed a family photo using a laser printer and placed it face down on the painted wood. She used a sponge to apply a layer of Mod Podge over the photo, ensuring that it adhered well to the wood.
After letting it sit overnight, she used water and her fingers to gently rub off the paper, revealing the transferred image beneath. The result is a charming, rustic piece of art that makes for a perfect gift or keepsake.
The woman shared her crafting journey on social media, where it has received a lot of attention. Many people are inspired by her creativity and are eager to try the technique themselves.
Watch the beautiful result in the video below