How do I put an image on a plate?
Coat the plain side of the image with an even layer of decoupage medium, using a 1-inch paintbrush. Place the image face-up and centered on the plate and smooth it down with your fingers. Working from the center of the image outward, gently smooth the photo paper to remove air bubbles.
How do you transfer pictures to a glass plate?
Brush a generous layer of Mod Podge onto your image, and adhere it onto the outside of your glass plate. Smooth out any air bubbles, but be careful the paper tears easily. Allow it to dry overnight. Once dry, wet the plate with a sponge and rub off the paper.
How do you transfer a picture to a ceramic plate?
Spray a series of light coats of the clear acrylic spray over the cut outs, until the image is completely covered. Let them dry completely after each coat. 4. One at a time, drop the images in the bowl of warm water, and wait a few minutes, or until the decal can slide smoothly off the backing paper.
How do you convert handwriting to plate?
How to stencil writing onto a plate:
- Scan the image or copy of the signature to enlarge.
- Color one side of tracing paper with a pencil, and place it colored (lead) side down onto the white plate or tray.
- Place the scanned photo/signature on top of the tracing paper.
- Trace the signature, pressing down hard.
Can you Mod Podge actual photos?
If you must use an original photo, you’ll need to hold it down so that it doesn’t warp. Applying Mod Podge over photo paper is not recommended because of how thick it i and how sensitive it is to moisture. Inkjet photos need to be coated beforehand. Laser photos do not.
How do you transfer a photo onto glass with Mod Podge?
Transfer a Picture to Glass
Lay your photos face up on wax paper. Spread Mod Podge in a thick layer using the foam brush until you can no longer see the photo. Then place on wax paper (keeping the photo transfer medium and photo face up). Let your photos completely dry overnight on the wax paper.
Can you transfer a photo to glass?
The Mod Podge Photo Transfer basically turns your picture into a decal that can then be stuck to glass or any smooth surface. You brush the medium onto your photo, the photo transfers to the medium as it dries (into a very thin plastic-like sheet), and you peel the paper away.