Diana Dehler
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Cover photo in matte gel medium Place photo on wood surface. wipe off any excess medium let dry for 8 hours. once dry, wet down photo with a wet cloth. (not soaking)  use your rag to rub off the fuzzy white paper fibers Let the transfer dry a bit in between paper-rubbing sessions Once dry use the Mod Podge to seal

Das hab ich schon ausprobiert. Ist ein tolles Geschenk für die Verwandtschaft oder Freunde . Ich habe einfach Frühstücks Brettchen im 1 Euro Shop gekauft - Aufhänger dran und fertig ist das Geschenk :-) einfach und toll 👍

This frame was made for a  "bling" challenge.  It is Tim Holtz' large and smaller Vintage Cabinet card Sizzix die, cut out of chipboard, covered with embossed metal foil that has been distressed. The photograph is a transfer onto the metal foil using Matte Multi Medium as the transfer agent. I added the feathers, flowers, ribbon and bling after putting it all together.

This frame was made for a "bling" challenge. It is Tim Holtz' large and smaller Vintage Cabinet card Sizzix die, cut out of chipboard, covered with embossed metal foil that has been distressed. The photograph is a transfer onto the metal foil using Matte Multi Medium as the transfer agent. I added the feathers, flowers, ribbon and bling after putting it all together.

Mixed Media Blog Project - Matte Medium Image Transfer - I love using image transfer, it opens up a world of possibilities for your work and can really make the most of your mixed media backgrounds.

Mixed Media Blog Project - Matte Medium Image Transfer - I love using image transfer, it opens up a world of possibilities for your work and can really make the most of your mixed media backgrounds.

Recent work by American paper artist Matthew Shlian (previously).  "As a paper engineer my work is rooted in print media, book arts and commercial design. Beginning with an initial fold, a single action causes a transfer of energy to subsequent folds, which ultimately manifest in drawings and three dimensional forms.   Guided by wonder, my work is made because I cannot visualize its final realization; in this way I come to understanding through curiosity."  — Matthew Shlian  More pa...

Recent work by American paper artist Matthew Shlian (previously). "As a paper engineer my work is rooted in print media, book arts and commercial design. Beginning with an initial fold, a single action causes a transfer of energy to subsequent folds, which ultimately manifest in drawings and three dimensional forms. Guided by wonder, my work is made because I cannot visualize its final realization; in this way I come to understanding through curiosity." — Matthew Shlian More pa...