I waited far too long to do a Mod Podge photo transfer. Because they are, in my humble opinion, one of the coolest Mod Podge crafts ever! When I set out to find some cool Mod Podge photo transfer crafts, I didn't know what I would find. I only wanted to round up 20 . . . and as you can see, there were so many great ideas that I had to pull even more together. You aren't going to believe what you can do with Mod Podge when it comes to transferring images! Check out these great craft ideas.
PS – A lot of these use Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium. If you are looking for an easy way to do a transfer, this is your ticket.
Spice up your next party with cool images transferred to the back of clear glass plates.
Find the step-by-step at Stepping Thru Crazy
Make designer inspired fashion by adding your favorite Polaroid to the back of a shirt.
Fill that empty space on a wall with dramatic art made using a photo transfer.
A plain pair of shoes gets a new lease on life by transferring a floral fabric print to the toes.
Turn a canvas into a cool jewelry holder with an image transfer and cup hooks.
This designer inspired valance uses wood planks and a cool airplane graphic.
Carmella took an old thrift store find and turned it into useful storage with an image transfer.
Use photo transfer and Dimensional Magic to make cool chevron patterned necklaces.
These stacking blocks will keep your kids busy for hours – they can rotate faces with different outfits.
Find out how they were made at Cheerios & Lattes
Revamp an old end table or plant stand by painting it and then adding a vintage graphic to the top.
If you want to do a Mod Podge photo transfer, don't forget the photo transfer medium! This product is different than regular Mod Podge. Get it here . . . then keep scrolling for more projects!
Take a plain pillow and personalize it with the letter and fabric of your choice.
One of the easiest ways to do an image transfer is on a tote – these make great gifts!
Learn how to do it at A Creative Princess
Decorate wood hangers with vintage style typography and graphics.
You can use images and wood to make a double sided puzzle that your children will love.
Choose your favorite and transfer them to the fronts of coasters using this easy method.
You can make these photo books to give as gits or put on display.
Add a vintage touch to your holiday table with these easy Christmas napkins.
Get your Instagrams off your phone and transfer to a wood square block that you can put on display.
Who doesn't want to see their face on a doll? Make this out of a picture of a child or pet.
Don't throw those stir sticks away after a paint project – use them to frame an image transfer.
Pick your favorite family image and transfer it onto a wood plaque with Mod Podge.
Plain baby onesies are fine – but they aren't nearly as fun as ones with graphics photo transferred to the front.
Any table runner can be made that much better with the addition of vintage graphics.
Use fabric, an image and an embroidery hoop to make a personalized piece of wall art.
Transfer your favorite scrapbook patterns to dish towels for the perfect hostess gifts.
Nitsa will show you how to layer interesting backgrounds with photo transfers on top for awesome wall art.
Get an image of a necklace that you love and transfer it to the front of a shirt for fun fashion.
I love the look of a Mod Podge photo transfer on raw wood, like these personalized gift tags.
Label your tables at a wedding or party with these cute little wood slices with the numbers transferred on top.
Image on Wood
Any image can be transferred to wood and put on display with Mod Podge photo transfer medium.