Search

Project Ideas with IOD Transfers: Playing with Ferns and the Fronds Botanical Transfer

Updated: 6 days ago

If you love ferns, wait 'til you see what you can do with the IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer!


Are you tired of the winter months and longing to see some greenery, but your thumb is browner than dirt?

As I mentioned in a previous post, I don’t have a green thumb. No matter how hard I try...plants, flowers, they all just perish without so much as a goodbye! I know that I can’t possibly be the only brown thumb out there, so I thought I would gather some DIY project ideas that feature greenery using the IOD Fronds Botanical Transfers.

Featuring elegant ferns of all different sizes, sprouting seeds, and subtle touches of floral, this transfer creates the illusion of a green thumb without all the pressure.

One of my favorite things about this rub on furniture transfer is that a single sheet can be cut apart and used on multiple DIY home decor projects.



NO TIME NOW? PIN FOR LATER



IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer

Click here to purchase IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer


Wall Decor with IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer


Potted plant by sweetandsassytreasures.com. Click here for a step-by-step tutorial and how I cut apart and arrange the transfer.



Here's a 24" square wreath made by Liza Jane Designs



Made by Vicki Hennis of Garden Whimsies in the Courtyard on Sixth in Junction City, Oregon



Michelle Adamus created this vintage inspired wall hanging



Light Fixture using IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer


Jill Moore, from the IOD Creative Tribe on Facebook, created a unique ceiling lamp shade. To see other ways to use IOD on fabric check out this post.



Painted Furniture with My Favorite Fern Furniture Transfer -- IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer


Denise of Restyled Finds created this one-of-a-kind Kitchen Cart



A pie table by Michelle of Serendipity House in Southern New Hampshire



A vintage inspired Lingerie Chest by Kathy Goodson of Goodson Vintage Treasures



A unique Potting Bench/Work Station created by Wayne and Peggy of Garden House Studio



Chest of Drawers by Melanie Anderson of The Painted Bench



Vonnie of Von Boo in Brisbane, Australia created this bold and beautiful desk



Just a touch fern enhances the natural elements of this stool by Kim Rowe of For the Nest



Inspired yet? Check out this step-by-step tutorial on how to use IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer on furniture.


Are you new to working with transfers and just need help getting started? Check out this video tutorial from the IOD sisters on how to get the most out of your IOD Transfers.


Having trouble with your transfers sticking? Check out my video here for an idea on troubleshooting.


Click here to purchase

IOD Fronds Botanical Transfer


Which Fronds rub on transfer project is your favorite?


Be sure to tell me in the comments below. Also, let me know if you want me to do a tutorial with this transfer. 😀



63 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All