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Can you use Mod Podge on inkjet photos?

Yep, you heard right! You can do an inkjet photo transfer to wood with just Mod Podge. You don’t need a laser printer or photo transfer medium either for this tutorial. It’s different from the Mod Podge photo transfer medium in that it gives your image a clear background.

Can you use an inkjet printer for photo transfers?

All you need is an inkjet printer, a non-porous surface (such as the left-over glossy piece of paper left behind from an address label sheet) a piece of wood (preferably light in color), and some lacquer to protect the image once transferred. It’s also worth noting that the wood used needs to be coating-free initially.

How do you use Mod Podge to transfer photos?

Mod Podge Photo Transfer – Direct-to-Surface Technique

  1. Start by creating a photocopy of your picture using a dry toner powdered copier and cut it to size.
  2. Next, apply a thick layer of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to image side of copy.
  3. Place on to surface face down.
  4. Allow to dry 24 hours.

Can you transfer a regular photo to wood?

If you’re wondering how to transfer photos to wood, it’s a relatively simple process. You’ll print a photo out on a dry ink printer (like laserjet or an HP). You’ll paint a medium on the front of the photo, and then smooth it onto an unfinished or painted surface.

What’s the difference between Mod Podge and Mod Podge photo transfer?

Yes, the original formula of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium is completely different. Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium is a thick, white formula that dries to a gloss finish. Mod Podge Clear Image Transfer Medium is thinner in viscosity, clear, and dries to a matte finish.

What exactly is modge Podge?

Mod Podge is a three in one Decoupage glue. It is a glue, sealer and finisher, all in one. It is a product specifically designed to keep decoupage in mind. It can be used for other art and craft techniques also.

How do I transfer a photo onto wood?

How to Transfer an Image onto Wood: Step 1: Print out the “Let your light shine” printable pdf. Step 2: Brush some of the photo transfer medium onto the image, covering the image with it. Step 3: Place the image with the face side down on top of the surface that you want to transfer the image onto. Step 4: Wet your image using a sponge.

Does modge Podge expire?

Your Mod Podge Is Old: While Mod Podge doesn’t expire for years, as far as we know, it can be ruined by other things than time. If you were storing your Mod Podge somewhere dusty, too cold, or too hot, this may have affected the product. If you are going to use an old container,…