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X-Ray Pillows Halloween Decoration Idea

Use Mod Podge photo transfer formula to create some funky skeletal pillows that add gothic flair to your Halloween decor.
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Skill Level: Advanced


Mod Podge ® Photo Transfer Medium, 8 oz.
Item #CS15067
Create decals or appliqués from any original photo or artwork with Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium. Applies to hard surfaces. Hand-washable on fabric.


Other Supplies
Black fabric
Photocopies of X-ray images
Sewing machine and thread to match fabric


  1. Print x-ray images using a dry toner-type copier.
  2. Apply Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to the image side of the paper.
  3. Place the paper image-side down onto the black fabric and press in place. Allow to dry and cure for 24 hours.
  4. Use the sponge to wet the paper side with water and let sit for about 2 minutes. Use the sponge to begin rubbing off the paper in a light circular motion. Continue to rub off the paper until all paper fibers are gone.
  5. Trim image to 8" x 10" size. Cut another 8" x 10" black fabric piece.
  6. Place right sides together and sew sides with a ¼" seam allowance. Leave an opening on one side for turning. Turn right side out and stuff with fiberfill. Stitch opening closed.
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