Monthly Archives: January 2014

How to transfer print onto wood – tutorial

PVA glue (Mod Podge substitute) method


A way to transfer inkjet print onto wood or furniture

I am not going to show anything new or super-innovative, this technique is widely known, and you can find a lot of examples of using it on hobby & craft websites, however – in most cases – it is known as a Mod Podge technique. Which I personally find very annoying, mostly because of the price you must to pay to buy a small jar of Mod Podge. Read More

Miss Lillian’s Topsy Turvy Chalk Paint

Miss Lillian’s Chalk Paint – Quick Review


American “No Wax Chalk Paint”

Couple of weeks ago, by courtesy of Marylin of Miss Lillian’s NO Wax Chock Paint, I have been given some testers of their No Wax Chalk Paint. I have been told, this paint has similar qualities as Annie Sloan’s chalk paint (which I use on daily basis), with one big difference – it does not need to be waxed or varnished after being finished. Read More

Our Wooden Plaques with Print

A few examples of print transfer onto wood


Print transfer onto wood is (relatively) easy

We would like to present you some of our wooden plaques with print. All the plaques are made from reclaimed boards. The technique used – PVA glue print transfer. We will cover this topic soon.
Have look at our page of Plaques with Print to find more images.