The holidays are over and it's back to work - fueled by the excitement of New Years Resolutions still yet to be broken. One of my resolutions is to be more creative. While moving to my new location I took the opportunity to purge some things that I no longer use. During this process I couldn't help but notice all the items I picked up over the years with full intention of crafting just for fun. I know I kicked them around the office for awhile before tossing them in a box to get them out of the way. Then I totally forgot about them.
So today I started out by shoveling snow (exercise!) and firing up my new Keurig (Gloria Jean Hazelnut) and decided to see what this Mod Podge was all about. Using this pinterest link I decided to do a wood transfer.
Next time I'll "go big or go home" and choose a great photo and a great piece of wood. This is an easy project with lots of potential. And pretty cheap if you have a pile of junk wood at your disposal. It was free for me since I had a long forgotten bottle of Mod Podge, a box of shims and a foam paint brush already in my stash. Brides looking for that rustic look might consider doing something like this to create custom table numbers, or a cool bar menu. After all, anything you can print on a laser printer will transfer using this method.