Wood Creation

Introduction: Wood Creation

This is the finished project of installing a picture on your piece of wood, for a one of a kind gift. This project is for all ages to enjoy, great gift ideas, everyone can afford.

Step 1: Step 1

Here is the supplies needed for tis project.

  1. Picture
  2. Piece of wood
  3. Scissors
  4. Sand paper 150 grit
  5. Paper towel
  6. Paint brush
  7. Mod Pouge ( wood sealer )

Step 2: Step 2

After finding a piece of wood and picture, trim picture to fit the piece of wood. Try to make picture smaller than the piece of wood for better seal. Then put picture to side for next.

Step 3: Step 3

Take your sand paper and sand the piece of wood to remove any uneven areas, and to make smooth. Then take the mod pouge and a brush and apply a even coat over the piece of wood, make sure to not have any puddles. This is the first coat of 4.

Step 4: Step 4

After mod pouge is applied over wood, place picture on wood and center on wood. Take paper towel and rub litely over picture to imbed picture in mod pouge, becareful not to get paper towel in mod pouge. Make sure to rub all of the picture to make sure it is imbeded good, and evenly.

Step 5: Step 5

After picture is imbeded on wood take brush and mod pouge and apply a even coat over picture and wood. This is the first coat, then wait 15 to 20 minutes to apply another coat over intire project. Apply 2 more coats over intire project waiting 15 to 20 minutes between coats. After last coat let dry for a few hours depending on the temp, project will be ready to enjoy. If wraping for gift let dry over night to let dry completely.

Step 6: Step 6

This is the finished project. The piece of wood I used had a stand that can with it, many projects will not have a stand so drilling a hole and hanging project is another option. This process has made giving and making gifts alot more enjoyable than going and buying something.

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