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Prenos slike na drvo

pisali smo o transparentu u temi dekupaž


ali nije problem pisaćemo i ovde u stv ari pisaću kako sam ja radio

prvo u nekom programu photo shop ili photo scape okreneš sliku za 180 stepeni
odštampaš na obiičan papir za štampanje
uzmeš drvo koje je ravno išmirglano tj. podloga na koju ide transparent
namažeš lepkom za drvo ja sam, koristio henkelov wood moment onaj D3 vodootporni
i zalepiš sliku na njega da lepo prilegne ostaviš 24h
posle mokrim sunđerom skidaš papir i ostane ti slika na drvetu

e sad treba malo vežbati da sve bude kako treba jer oće i slika da se skine ako više trljaš

kad si oslobodio sliku premažeš je ponovo lepkom i ostaviš da se osuši

posle lakiraš i to je to

DIY Photo Transfers


September 3, 2012, author Michelle Cangemi, posted in Decor, DIYs & Downloads, WedLoft Team
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New photos projects are always exciting for me! I’m constantly snapping photos. Seriously, with the
growing quality of camera phones, who isn’t these days? Even if you’re not a pro… isn’t it fun to find
creative ways to exhibit your photos? Today I have a tutorial for transferring your photos onto wood!
This is an easy project and is a fun way to display your own photos or professional engagement
pictures at your wedding!

Materials
Wood
Gel Medium
Paint Brush
Laser Printed Photo (on regular computer paper)
Step 1:Coat your surface with a thick, even layer of gel medium – make sure there are not thick clumps
or bubbles in the gel.

PHOTO SOURCE • MICHELLE CANGEMI, WEDLOFTPIN IT


Step 2:Place your laser printed photo face down on the gel medium and press firmly making sure the
entire surface of the image is flat with no bubbles. Let dry completely.
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Step 3:Spray with water or use a damp rag to saturate the paper with water. Once the surface is wet,
VERY gently start to rub the paper away. Your photo will be revealed as the paper is removed! Be
careful not to be too rough while removing the paper as parts of the image can rub off too! Continue
until ALL of the paper is gone. You may need to add more water as you go.
PHOTO SOURCE • MICHELLE CANGEMI, WEDLOFTPIN IT
PHOTO SOURCE • MICHELLE CANGEMI, WEDLOFTPIN IT
Step 4: When the entire image is paper-free, leave it to dry completely.
Step 5: Lastly, paint another layer (or two) of the gel medium over the entire image to keep your
transfer safe and sound!
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Even if you don’t have photos from a professional photographer, your own images will do. Any
Instagram fans out there? This is a great way to display them! The color of the wood gives the pictures
an extra vintagey look. If you want more crisp and clear images that are true to the color of your
photo, these transfers will work on painted wood too. Simply paint a white base coat!
PHOTO SOURCE • MICHELLE CANGEMI, WEDLOFTPIN IT
PHOTO SOURCE • MICHELLE CANGEMI, WEDLOFTPIN IT
This same process can also be done to transfer photos onto canvas and fabric too!