Mount your most precious memories on Wooden Blocks and create a gorgeous gallery of photos. These block mounted photos all use the extremely popular craft aid Mod Podge.
We’ve also included how to transfer your photos onto wood and wooden slices for a more vintage look. Check out all the ideas now.
We have also included a tutorial that shows you how to transfer photos onto wooden blocks and also drink coasters! Check out the Photo Plates too.
We have also included a tutorial that shows you how to transfer photos onto wooden blocks and wooden slices.
You can add some ribbon to your Photos to complete the look. There are so many ways that you can display your photos in a favorite space and we know that you are going to love the results.
How To Transfer Photos Onto Wood Video
Be sure to watch the video above from 5 Minute Crafts. This will show you how to create vintage creations, quickly and easily and you are going to love the results! Click Play above to view ^
How To Transfer Photos To Wood Directions
We have included a quick video that shows you how easy it is to Block Mount Photos. Select the piece of wood that you want, then trace your photo so that it sits on the wood.
You will then spray paint or stain your wood up to the color that you want. If using paint use an acrylic version for best results. Let it completely dry before you begin the process.
You will then paint Mod Podge from the center to adhere your picture. Be generous with your application. Smooth it out so that there are no trapped air bubbles. You want a smooth result.
That is unless you are achieving an aged result. This actually looks better when it is more bumpy and imperfect. Once you have your photo in place, seal it.
How To Block Mount Photos Video Tutorial
Again you use Mod Podge with a fine brush completely cover your photo using light brush strokes as in the video. Click play above ^
How to Transfer Photos To Wood Video -:
As we mentioned above, you can also Transfer Photos direct to wood as shown in the photos. If this is the look you would like to go for, you will need to pop your photo upside down onto the wood block. You will then seal it, remove any bubbles, let it dry overnight, then wet the surface and rub the paper off. Be sure to hit play and view the video for this excellent technique that is super easy when you know how. Click Play above ^
You can add ribbons, bows, rope or anything you like to hang your wooden blocks with. You can buy Mod Podge here
Like to have some Family Photo Blocks made? Order yours here
Love this idea using Pallets. This is via the Company above.
We found these beautiful examples of Photo Wood Blocks on the ‘Soho Sonnet’ Site and don’t they look fabulous. Remember, you can paint your wood any color to match your decor.
Here’s another awesome idea, you can transfer photos onto wood slices. Don’t you love the effect!
Analisa from Parental Perspective got us excited with her project and you won’t be able to make it yourself. If you don’t have any wood slices laying around, we found some on Amazon here
She has put together an easy to follow tutorial and please, if you make the project, we would love to see the results. Visit Analisa here
via Designer Pallets
Photo Pallet Plaque via Designer Pallets
Letter Blocks via Stories By Me
Here’s another way to display your family photos, you will love to try these family photo blocks. These would work well for centerpieces on tables for all your favorite occasions or you could pile them up in the corner on a dresser in a Nursery or any other room of your choice. You can spell out names and words.