Transfer image to wood

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Transfer image on wood | Country Design Style |

I’m using the technique of transfer image on wood to make my heart go pitter-pat!

What are you drawn to in home decor?

When you flip the pages of your favorite home magazine is there a color you’re enchanted with?

Is there a pattern that makes your heart go pitter-pat?

For me, it’s dark.  Dark floral.  Black floral.

Strange, right?

Transfer image

There’s a video I made showing how fast the transfer image on wood is to do.  Note the video is sped up to 20%.  Plus a download of the scrolls and leaves I made for the transfer image is below too.

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Transfer image on wood | Country Design Style |

This is the finished project with black scrolls and leaves transferred on the old board.  The cutouts are where the keys were mounted.

Transfer image on wood | Country Design Style |

I gathered other black florals to decorate the mantel.

Transfer image on wood | Country Design Style |

Along with other black and white…stuff.

I wish I could always work that fast!  But you can see just how easy the transfer works.

I use freezer paper to do most of my image transfers.  This is a link to the paper I use.

Transfer image on wood | Country Design Style |

If you like this project, here’s a pin for Pinterest.

Image Transfer on wood | Country Design Style |

and another with the scrap wood mantel.

Transfer image on wood | Country Design Style |

Click here for your download of Scrolls and Leaves.

Have you ever walked into Pottery Barn and been drawn to a small vase in you favorite color, or a pillow in a special pattern?  For me, it’s black florals.  Yep, I even have shirts with black florals!

Let me know in comments what you’re drawn to when you enter a room.

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  1. I feel the same way about Brown florals. I love to collect brown transfer ware for that reason.

    1. Pam, it’s interesting that we’re drawn to florals in such basic colors. I have four brown transferware plates that I sometimes mix in with my black florals too. I also made napkins in brown toile to go with the plates. 🙂

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