How to transfer a photo onto a slab of wood – DIY video tutorial

How to transfer a photo onto a slab of wood – DIY video tutorial

One of the most popular craze right now at the DIY crafts community is the wood photo transfer project.

It’s quite easy follow, doesn’t require any kind of special tools and most importantly, won’t cost a lot of money to do so.

Wood photo transfer is such a fun and amazing project that can turn your favorite photos into a wooden artwork. These “wooden photographs” can then be used as unique accessory for your home.

You can hang it at your wall, place it on top of your coffee table or use it as an additional room décor.

Some people create smaller versions of this project and they are using it as car accessories or décor.


What’s more amazing with this project is that, you can do it as a gift for your friends, relatives and love ones. You can even do this as another source of income.

If you can master this kind of craft (that is fairly easy to do) pretty sure sooner or later, you’ll be collecting wooden photographs.

Here’s a video of the wood photo transfer tutorial:

I know that you are quite excited to try this craft right now. But before doing so, please remember these tips for better results.

  • Edit the photo before you print and transfer it into the wood. Make sure that each and every detail is clean, clear and sharp.
  • Use light colored wood panels. Make sure that it’s free from any kind of dark spots.

The wooden photograph is a perfect way to display some of your most treasured memories inside your house.

It’s very unique, refreshing and pleasing to the eye.

You can even print the photographs of your pets, favorite artists and even those old movie posters that you love.

If done right, these wooden photos can become a perfect home accessory that money can’t buy.

Via Crystal Hethcote


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