Beginner | 11 min
Taught by Courtney Cerruti
With minimal materials and time, you can give small, intimate moments from snapshots permanence by transferring them onto wood. The wood adds a luminosity to create beautiful, muted colors. Courtney shows you how to create the transfers step-by-step and offers a few different finishing techniques to customize your miniature works of art. Learn more about laser copies here

What you will learn:
— Choosing color images for transfers
— Working with gel medium
— How to create a photo transfer
— Finishing techniques

Chapters
Introduction
00:27
Materials
02:11
Creating Transfer
03:07
03:19
Finishing
02:54
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials:
  • Smooth piece of wood
  • color laser photocopy trimmed to fit wood
  • gel medium
  • burnishing tool (popsicle stick or credit card)
  • standard glue brush
  • sponge and water
  • paper towel or tea towel
  • small amount of oil
Discussion
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