Sunday, November 17, 2013

Mod Podge Graphic Transfer

I finally tried the Mod Podge graphic transfer technique! I would not say it was a difficult technique, it just requires a little patience. 
I chose to do it on this little table I got last year for $4. I started by stripping the top and then staining it with AS dark wax.  I then painted the whole thing with a coat of SW base paint of white mixed into homemade chalk paint.  Next I painted just the body with an oops paint that looked like AS Louis Blue.  I left the drawer white so I could add the graphic.
I used this hotel sign from The Graphics Fairy. I went by Creative Carmella's tutorial to add the graphic with Mod Podge.
I LOVE the way it came out! The glass knob was the icing on the cake. I definitely think it is something I will try again. 


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22 comments:

  1. I am trying this! This is fabulous! Great job!

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  2. Thank you for sharing this project and the link back to the original tutorial! Love how yours turned out!
    Robin

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  3. Love this! Did you use an inkjet printer?

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  4. Wow! It's beautiful. Thanks so much for linking up to The DIY'ers!

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  5. It came out great! I saw that graphic, but didn't have a project in mind for it.

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  6. Very pretty, Susan! Yes, you do need patience when using this transfer method. I learned that the hard way!

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  7. You are so creative, this turned out beautifully. Love it. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  8. That is so cool! It turned out looking great. Thank you for sharing at Share Your Stuff Tuesday.

    Jenn @ IHeartHandsOn.blogspot.ca

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  9. WOW this project turned out so well! You must be thrilled!

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  10. Nice job! Love the colors. Thank you for sharing it at What We Accomplished Wednesdays.

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  11. Gorgeous colors and graphics... You should be proud of yourself...


    :)
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

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  12. I love this! Very cute! I love lettering! I'm hosting a linky party. I'd love to have you join me! http://www.throughthedutchdoor.com/p/linky-party.html

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  13. Wow, what a difference the graphic makes.
    Love it!
    I'm visiting from The Dedicated House party.
    glad I found you!

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  14. So sweet! Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays! x

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  15. Love it! Thanks for sharing at the Twirl & Take a Bow Party! Have a great day.
    Leslie
    House on the Way

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  16. featuring this cute little table tonight on Kammy's Korner! :) I guess since I'm not the "patient" kind I'd better stick to the only transfer method I know and that is the one I just did for the first time not to long ago using freezer paper! I'd have to say I'm hooked. Thank you Graphics Fairy, huh? :)

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  17. This table is so cute! I would love a big one in the kitchen, it's great!

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