Can you use an inkjet printer for photo transfers?
All you need is an inkjet printer, a non-porous surface (such as the left-over glossy piece of paper left behind from an address label sheet) a piece of wood (preferably light in color), and some lacquer to protect the image once transferred..
What kind of printer do you use for Mod Podge?
laser printerPhotocopy or print image using a laser printer onto regular printer paper. Apply thick layer of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium to image side of copy so that it’s completely covered. Place face up on a piece of wax paper or craft mat and allow to completely dry for 24 hours.
Can you use Mod Podge on printed pictures?
Applying Mod Podge over photo paper is not recommended because of how thick it i and how sensitive it is to moisture. Inkjet photos need to be coated beforehand. Laser photos do not. Try to print your photos using a laser printer.
Can you use an inkjet printer for photo transfers to glass?
Inkjet or Laserjet? Typically you’d do this photo transfer to glass with laserjet copies. But the rule isn’t that you use a laserjet – the rule is that you use a dry ink toner. My point is, I actually used my HP inkjet printer for this photo transfer, because the ink that HP puts in their cartridges is very dry.