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Image Transfer with Girlie Grunge Art Medium by Donna Salazar


Hello my peeps! Today I'm re-sharing a flippin' awesome technique using my new Girlie Grunge Art Medium called Image Transfer. I originally shared this back in March (before the new blog) and I thought it was worth re-sharing!

I used a photo of some flowers that was printed on matte photo paper and an old wood shingle from a barn that a friend of mine gave to me.

You can double click on the video to go to Youtube so you can get a larger view.

Here are some additional tips for using the Girlie Grunge Art Medium:

I used the Girlie Grunge Art Medium and a couple tiny lace scraps to create the loops that I used to hang this sign. I simply dipped the lace directly into the medium then adhered it to the back of the shingle.

After it was on the shingle I added more of the medium to make sure that it had a strong hold and I leaned the shingle against the container so the back could dry.

I added a bit of the medium to the end of a long strip of my new Girlie Grunge Twine and twisted. This made the end stiff so it would be easy to thread through the holes.

I went from the outside to the inside on one end then the opposite on the other end.

I tied the ends together then I tied a bow and I added a touch of medium to the center of the bow to keep the bow from untying.

And here are some close ups of the finished sign.

Paid Affiliate Links To Product Used:

Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

Girlie Grunge Art Medium

Girlie Grunge Twine

Lace Ribbons

Colorbox®

Mix'd Media Inx CHOX - Sparrow

Thanks for stopping by!!!

Smooches ~D~

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