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Step 1: Material - Matériel

you will need:
-a piece of wood (not treated)
-wood glue
-a brush
-a laser printed mirored photo

Vous aurez besoin de:
- morceau de bois non traité
-colle à bois
-photo imprimé sur papier standar et de façon inversé

Step 2: Collage

mix half portion glue with half portion water, use the brush to put de mixture on the wood then place the photo face dowm ( nake sure the paper is glued correctly to the wood with no bubbles).
wait till the whole dry.

coller la photo côté recto sur le bois grâce a la mixture moitié colle moitié eau. s'assurer de ne laisser aucune bulle. laisser le tous sécher.

Step 3: Décollage

use a wet sponge to humidify the paper then use it to rub the up layer.

utiser une éponge pour humidifier le papier puis pour enlever la couche supérieure.

Step 4: Fin

let dry, then sandpaper the image a little.
use a brush or a sponge to put a layet of linseed oil on the surface. let dry then put a varnish layer.

laisser sécher, passer un coup de papier de verre fin.
passer une couche d huille de lin, laisser sécher puis vernir.
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<p>can you use an inkjet printer or does it need to be laser?</p>
<p>Hi, I think the author is trying to say that inkjet ink will run, making the image fuzzy/unclear. (that's what I gathered from similar instructables, atleast)</p><p>So depending on the type of image and intended result it might work, but laser printed is definitely better.</p>
<p>Inkjet printers use liquid ink sprayed through microscopic nozzles onto the paper and absorbed by the paper. Laser printers use a toner cartridge (filled with fine powder) and a heated fuser which fuses the toner to the paper (not absorbed).</p>
<p>Hi, it has to be a laser, 'cause the ink of the inkjets can easily spread away (not sure how to tell it)</p>
<p>This is a good technique. I wanted to mention another material that people don't seem to be aware of - Acrylic wood finish. (aka &quot;polycrylic&quot;, &quot;water-soluble poly&quot;, etc.) It's basically the same technique as above, but the acrylic finish may allow for cleaner results.<br></p><p><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/_lTh4JJyZtA" width="500"></iframe></p>
<p>wow! Amazing cool! I'm going to try!</p>
Interresting idea. I need to dust off our old laser printer, I already have some ideas... Thanks for sharing.
Very useful info, thanks for sharing.
thanks & merci
merci pour la version bi-langue
this looks a lot like <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Printed-Wooden-Panels-for-Your-Home-or-how-to-dec/" rel="nofollow">this</a>&nbsp;instructable but the sponge idea is a lot better than using your own finger, love the work!

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