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Mom’s Photo Purse

By: Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper is a jewelry designer with a passion for combining unique materials and color combinations, inspired by extensive travel and her years living in China.  Candie is the author of "Metalworking 101 for Beaders"(Lark Books 2009), "Felted Jewelry" (Lark Books 2007), and "Designer Needle Felting" (Lark Books 2007).  Currently she's creating designs for a variety of companies in the craft industry as well as for craft and jewelry-making publications.  Candie teaches workshops both nationally and internationally and has appeared on the Public Television series "Beads, Baubles and Jewels" as well as co-host for "Hands On."  She earned a Bachelor's degree in Art Education and Fine Arts from Purdue University.  For a further peek at her creative life, please visit www.candiecooper.com.
It’s easy to customize a plain purse with Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium. Take your memories wherever you go with this sweet purse idea!
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Supplies

PLAID Supplies
  • Plaid ® Brush Sets - Foam Brush Set of 3
  • Mod Podge ® Photo Transfer Medium, 8 oz.
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Other Supplies
Purse
canvas fabric piece
color copy of photo
paper towel
wax paper
sponge
ribbons/trim
hot glue
glue stick
scissors

Instructions

  1. Cut the photo out and lay onto wax paper.
  2. Following the manufacturer’s instructions, paint a thick coat of the MP Photo Transfer Medium onto the printed side of the photo. It’s important that you not be able to see the photo underneath the medium. Pick up the photo piece carefully by its edges and flip over onto the piece of canvas. Smooth the photo piece down lightly with your fingers. Wipe up any excess with a paper towel. Allow to dry for 24 hours.
  3. Once dry, dampen the paper backing with a sponge and let sit for two minutes.
  4. Remove the paper backing by rubbing in a circular motion with a sponge. Take care not to rub through the photo.
  5. When the paper is removed, leave the photo piece to dry. Once dry, there may be areas that need more paper removed.
  6. Once the photo piece is ready, trim out the photo with ribbons and embellishments applied with hot glue.
  7. Glue the photo piece to the purse
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