Woodworkers Transfer Tool -Transferred Image of a Real Photo

How about making memories of your family and pet's!  Here is a picture of our pet Daisy.


I think it looks just like canvas art.


Think about all the pictures you can create with the woodworkers transfer tool!

Here I'm transferring the picture. 


Amazing huh!

You can use an artist canvas or a block of wood for this project.

(I used the woodworkers transfer tool, picture from my laser printer, white cotton tee shirt, glue and a block of wood.)


I primed and spray painted my block of wood white. Then I glued on an old tee shirt to cover the wood. This was to soften the hard edge of the wood. Next I apply a generous amount of Elmer's glue to the front and sides of the covered wood. I then attached the picture of our goat Daisy to the front. Make sure your fabric covers the sides of the wood and there is enough to go around to the back. Now finish off your project with a piece of brown paper on the back. I like to use brown bags from the supermarket. You can now hang your art with a picture hanger or just lean it like I did on a shelf.

Here is the block of wood covered with the white tee shirt.


Cute and so easy to do!


If you want to create art you can buy the woodworkers transfer tool on my sidebar for $14.99
I’ve made beautiful pillows and also decorated my blue jeans with the tool.
http://alapinlife.blogspot.com/2011/07/woodworkers-transfer-tool-will-transfer.html
Happy Crafting!

Dee
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14 comments:

Gina said...

Wow, it's really something all that you can do with that tool! That canvas looks great.

Любонька said...

Очень интересная на самом деле техника выполнения такого рисунка.
И мне очень хочется попробовать сделать что-то для себя.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

My goodness,you are just creating like crazy. It looks great.

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜@ Debbiedoos blogging and blabbing said...

Dee...this is so stinkin cute..you really are on a roll lately! That happens to me to then I sizzle out.

laurie said...

wow,, this is your best one yet,, I'm going to quit painting and do this!!!

Anonymous said...

OMG Daisy is so ADORABLE in person and on canvas. I love what you have done Dee. I have to start doing this. DH is gone hiking and camping this week but when he gets back we are going to go out and look at laser printers. Awesome work!!! rj

Firecracker Kid said...

Hi Dee:) Wow I love your pet:) and the transfer. I think I'd like to try that with our fur babies. Thanks for sharing.
xoxo~Carol

Karen said...

That is so cool Dee. I love that you can do so much great stuff with one tool.

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, Dee, this looks fantastic!!! You weave such magic with that tool!!! You should be their spokesperson!! I love this--and I love my pillow too!! Wishing you a happy weekend, my friend!

XO
Cindy

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, Dee, this looks fantastic!!! You weave such magic with that tool!!! You should be their spokesperson!! I love this--and I love my pillow too!! Wishing you a happy weekend, my friend!

XO
Cindy

Lovey said...

How cool is that! awesome tutorial and great picture!

black eyed susans kitchen said...

This is great and it looks so easy to do! Thanks for this tutorial.

Daniella said...

You just keep getting more amazing Dee!!
I wish I was half as crafty as you!!
Awesome!
xxDaniella

Jessica @ O. Alouette said...

That is so neat! I love personalized stuff like this.

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