Image transfer on wood using laminating sheets
This is probably the shortest project post I have ever written..and that is because it’s soooo simple but kinda cool. I wanted to try something new and so I printed my image onto a laminating sheet. Be sure to feed it fold edge first if you try this:)
Once I had my print out I placed it on a wood blank and used my brayer to transfer the image..and then I colored it with my new Crayola Color Escapes pencils. I am pretty sure this is NOT what they had in mind when they made these pencils.. but they do a great job on so many surfaces… why not ???
I didn’t want to make this project overly ornate..I just wanted to have the image on it’s own. But you could easily take this technique and inject it in to a bigger, fancier Mixed Media project, if that is what you wanted to do.
My best advice would be…. tape the image down when you go to transfer it to avoid slipping and sliding on smooth surfaces. I didn’t do that and got a bit of ghosting in places.. but to be honest, with the look I was going for and using pencils.. it really didn’t make a huge difference. You don’t get sharp clean heavy lines anyway, it’s more like working on a no lines coloring project.
anywho, fun technique to play with and definitely something I’d like to experiment with a bit more. It makes for some rather cool wall decor 🙂
This is my latest DT Project for Cute As A Button Challenge Blog .. come play !!!