Transferring black-and-white or color images onto surfaces such as wood, canvas, and fabric in just a few simple steps
Can be used on light or dark fabrics
Quick drying for multiple coat buildup
All-in-one glue, sealer and finish
Made in USA
Now you can create decals or appliques from any original photo or printout! For use on light or dark surfaces, this medium can be used directly on hard surfaces or fabrics to create gifts, décor items and more. This specialty medium cleans up easily with soap and water, and is hand-washable on fabric.
Mod Podge Photo Transfer - Direct-to-Surface Technique
Start by creating a photocopy of your picture using a dry toner powdered copier and cut it to size.
Next, apply a thick layer of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to image side of copy.
Place on to surface face down. Smooth out with fingers or squeegee.
Allow to dry 24 hours. Place moist sponge on top of paper. Slowly rub away paper.
The image will then be transferred to the surface.
Mod Podge Photo Transfer - Decal Technique
Photocopy or print image using a laser printer or regular printer paper.
Apply thick layer of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to image side of copy so that it's completely covered.
Place face up on a piece of wax paper or craft mat and allow to completely dry for 24 hours.
When dry, flip the image over and apply a wet a sponge to moisten the paper on the back of the image. Begin to rub over wet paper lightly; the excess paper should dissolve away from the backside of the treated image. Allow to dry.
Once dry, a white haze may form where some of the paper still remains. Repeat the wetting process until all the paper residue is gone.
Image is now a decal. Carefully peel up image from wax paper or craft mat.
Apply to glass surface face up. The image decal will cling to the glass.
Mod Podge Photo Transfer - Fabric Application
Start by creating a photocopy of your picture using a dry toner powdered copier and cut the image to size.
Next, apply a thick layer of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to image side of copy. Place a piece of cardboard covered with wax paper between fabric layers.
Then, place the image face-down on to the fabric, smoothing it out with your fingers or a squeegee.
Finally, after allowing it to dry for 24 hours, place a most sponge on top of the paper and slowly rub away the paper. The image should then be transferred to fabric. Air-dry for 72 hours. Wash in cool water or the gentle cycle and hang to dry.