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Want to make a unique piece of art to decorate your empty walls? Or to make the perfect gift for the grandparents or in-laws? Here is a simple way to...
You will need: 1. Nice photo 2. Computer 3. Nine pieces of 10x10cm tiles 4. Five sheets of printer paper 5. Five strips of 10x20cm tissue paper 6. D...
First you have to pick a nice photo. Make sure you pick a photo in which you will not cut away vital parts (such as eyes) later on. Chose which part o...
In order to print your paper you will have to take a few extra steps. Make lines on your edited photo at 10 and 20 cm. This is just to make the next ...
Obiously it is hard to put tissue paper into an ordinary laser printer. This is a nice trick to make it work. Take your strips of 10 x 20cm tissue p...
No need for longer explanation. Cut all nine squares. Try not to cut your fingers as well.
Put decoupage glue on tiles. Adhere tissue paper. If you want a softer look, adhere pieces with printed side facing tile. (That is the reason you mi...
Now you might want to put tiles into a frame or just stick to a piece of board and put on your wall. Good luck!
There is another way that you could do this, and I’m sure it will cost you more than $3.00 but it may be a little easier to work with in my "younger days" I use to put B&W pictures of my girlfriend on my white Gibson flying V guitar and one of the local copy shops I went to had this really cool transparent satin finished sheets of stuff that was called
REPO FILM (not sure of the spelling) but they could print any color but white as copy machines don't copy in white and the way that I put them on was like this: cut it to size got a spray bottle and mixed up some real soapy water and sprayed on the area I was putting the film on peeled the back off and put it into place and then with a real soft small squeegee or soft putty knife (but the putty knife could scratch your image) work all the excess water and soap suds out and once it dries you could spray some thing over the top of it to protect the image from getting damage
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