Photo Transfers Onto An Acrylic or Glass Frame

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​Looking for an idea on what to do with your pictures from the 4th of July? Or just looking for a fun idea on how to spice up a clear acrylic or glass frame? How about doing a photo transfer onto it, it's easy and fun!
On my example here I printed out a flag image with an that I found on the internet onto a piece of plain copy paper. I also used an ink jet printer.
To see exactly how I did it, watch the video above for step by step instructions.
Here are some close up pictures of what the frame looks like and of the glitter paint I used.
For more details and for ​a full supply list on all the products I used, visit my blog. The link is below...
Thanks for looking and I hope I inspired you to give it a try! :)

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Nadine Carlier

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


Have a question about this project?

2 questions
  • Margaret
    on Jul 12, 2016

    Does this work with an ink jet printer or do you have to use a laser printer?

  • Bonnie Sebourn
    Bonnie Sebourn
    on Jul 12, 2016

    Did you say deck a page ?

    • Nadine Carlier
      Nadine Carlier
      on Jul 12, 2016

      Yes, I did say deck a page, well actually I said decou-page. The product I used was Decou-Page by DecoArt. I am honestly not sure if they pronounce it decoupage or make it 2 words into Decou-Page since they hyphen it. You can see the actual products I used and where to purchase them on my blog...

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