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Turn Photo Negatives Into Artsy, Personalized Lamps

Mod Podge negatives to a square vase! modpodgerocks Mod Podge negatives to a square vase! Mod Podge negatives to a square vase!

DIY memorial candles: Glowing Photo Luminaries

➡Mason Jar, candles and photographs:This is a great way to have your beloved ones around you, makes a great mason jar gift!

How To Create A Superhero Lamp

How To Create A Superhero Lamp

Funny pictures about How To Create A Superhero Lamp. Oh, and cool pics about How To Create A Superhero Lamp. Also, How To Create A Superhero Lamp photos.

Simply framing your favorite photos doesn't quite do them justice. Try transferring your best prints onto wood. This creative display will showcase your picture perfect moments in a manner that's worthy of their greatness.

How to Transfer Ink to Wood

How to Transfer Ink to Wood: Simply framing your favorite photos doesn't quite do them justice. Try transferring your best prints onto wood. This creative display will showcase your picture perfect moments in a manner that's worthy of their greatness.

Sea shell candles

Simple DIY Seashell Candles// maybe not seashells, but I like the transferring a candle idea!

DIY Nice Plastic Cup Lamp DIY Projects / UsefulDIY.com My Grandma used to make these about 15 years ago

DIY Nice Plastic Cup Lamp light lights diy cup craft crafts easy crafts diy ideas diy crafts do it yourself lamp easy diy easy crafts diy images easy diy craft ideas easy crafts diy tutorial diy tutorials fun diy Just like Mom and Dads!

all you need is a square glass vase old negatives, & modge podge! (stick a votive inside) LOVE!

Great use for old photo negatives. Take a square glass vase, old negatives, & Modge Podge. Then put a votive candle inside.

Transfer Pictures to wood.

Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood: cover wood with gel medium; place paper picture-side down; firmly smooth out all bubbles; let dry overnight; gently rub wetted paper off; clean all paper residue off; cover with mod podge; let dry;

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