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DIY Transfers On Wood

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Dear Creatives, I didn’t think I would be finding some ideas so soon for the upcoming wedding planning, but that is just what happened. This tutorial for doing transfers on wood is something that caught my eye & that I thought we may be able to incorporate in some way into the plans. These are the perfect rustic wedding table toppers.

The techniques can be used for just that or for other signs for large gatherings, events or other celebrations. I can see using these simple techniques with multiple twists. Besides table top signs, photo props,  signs for directions & maybe placed on top of something, with a wood transfer design to be used for photographing the rings. The tutorial is  well laid out with supply list on Green Wedding Shoes *link to tutorial is at the end of the post.

Oh the designs & ideas that are spinning around in my head!


Rustic Design on Wood

This design was created exclusively for GWS by Wednesday! Can I say simply swooning over some of her ideas!


Nobody to cut your wood, no worries! Although some of these may be too big for the table toppers *round plank may work. These choices would work for design transfers, painting, carving & burning designs of your choice.

Basswood Country Round Plank Basswood Country Round PlankThe decorating possibilities are endless for this country round plank. Ready for painting, carving, or burning designs, it is a unique canvas for your creative talents. The bark edge beautifully frames your masterpiece. From Walnut Hollow.

Basswood Country Plate Basswood Country PlateLend a decorative touch to your table with this country plate. Use it unfinished or add your own embellishments to create an original work of art. From Walnut Hollow.

Basswood Country Rectangle Plank Basswood Country Rectangle PlankA blank palette. This Basswood Country rectangular plank is ready for you to paint, stain, carve, stamp, or cover with fabric and stickers. A bark edge provides an authentic look. From Walnut Hollow.

If you are like me grabbing things in bulk is can be more economical in the long run. Especially when purchasing quality papers! Not only for transfers, but card making & paper crafts.

Vintage Wood Design TutorialHave you ever done paper transfers? What wedding diy have you created? I’d love to hear~

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