How to transfer inkjet prints to wood

Have you ever painted a wood object and thought “This would look so cool if it had a pattern on it!”. Well, traditionally you would have to paint it by hand, stamp it or use some time-consuming and possibly expensive products to do so. But there is an easier way. Most of us have a printer at home, and most of them are inkjet printers. Here Steve Ramsey demonstrates how easy it is to transfer an inkjet printer output to a wood surface, and this techniques can easily be adapted to any absorbing surface. In this video Steve uses a photo, but any image will do. How about a baseball bat with a snake-skin pattern on it? Or empty toilet roll with the text “I’m pooped!” on it? This is just the kind of universally useful video tutorials that we at Crafters University like. Thank you so much Steve Ramsey!

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