We've previously tried the Frozen Icing-Transfer method with limited success, particularly because the shape was large and complex (breakup while peeling back the parchment).
Step 1: What you'll Need
- Pico or Pocket Projector: Prices range from 100$ to 500$ depending on brightness (in lumens) and connectivity. See the link for up date ratings of available projectors.
- 1 bolt: 1/4" diameter, 20 threads per inch. I urge you to bring the projector to a hardware store and test them out. Do be careful not to tighten the bolt too much, because you may break into the projector as can happen with some cameras.
- An old hard drive: I harvested some Neodymium magnets from a dozen of these recently.
- Torx drivers and Philips head screw drivers to get into the hard drive.
- Drill to make a hole for the bolt in the magnet mount.
- Some way to send the photo to the projector like a computer or smart phone with the right adapter. My projector has a slot for Micro SD, so I just copied the JPEGs onto the card.