Make the cutest cigar box purse by adding a Mod Podge image transfer of one of your favorite furry friends! This will be your new favorite bag!
If I had to choose a favorite crafting technique, it might be image transfers. I just love that I can take any picture I want and transfer it to a wood surface to create a unique, vintage looking piece. I was thrilled when my sponsor for this post, Plaid Crafts, invited me to participate in their 50th anniversary celebration of Mod Podge, and while it was hard to choose which Mod Podge variation to choose (Sheers? Photo transfer? Outdoor?) I eventually settled on my favorite, the Mod Podge image transfer technique.
I created an adorable custom tote box for my daughter with an image transfer of our newest addition, Xena the puppy.
- Mod Podge Waterbase Sealer, Glue and Finish
- Darice Unfinished Wood Purse Box, 7.25 by 7.25-Inch
- Palissade Transfer Paper
- Mod Podge Mod Mold, Royal Icons and Mod Melts
- FOLKART Color Shift Acrylic Paint, Aqua Flash
- Pink Ribbon
- Pink cardstock
- Die cuts