GRAPHIC TRANSFER STORAGE BENCH - dog biscuit ephemera bench

I finished painting a storage bench white and decided to add a graphic to it.
This bench could be used in an entry, in a kids room, or at the foot of a bed, therefore the graphic
had to work in all these locations. I spend hours searching for the one that would work and
I stopped when I found this Vintage Clip Art – French Dog Biscuit Ephemera at The Graphics Fairy.

I edited this graphic into 6 pages to fit over the front of the box.
I did it manually on a program I have but you can try this

Picking the right image or font is always a challenge and can take hours or even days but getting it
right makes the piece come alive. So stick with it and keep looking.


Stop in to see the shabby chic hardware available
at Firstfinds Etsy Shop


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  1. I love the Graphics Fairy, but have you tried She has some great old ads there!

  2. It is absolutely gorgeous!! It could fit in any space, it's fantastic. I have a question, I'm on Mac and that program you suggest works on Windows. Which is the program you use? I tried one online but I didn't like the result, the image is not sharp.

    Greetings from Spain!!

    1. I use a program called ACDsee. It is for organizing, sorting, and editing my photos.

    2. Thank you Kristy, I've checked it and it's also supported on Windows :-(. I'll keep looking...

    3. Hi Maria, I use a mac too and usually use Adobe Photoshop for editing purposes, but if you are looking for a poster program to make larger images, PosteRazor is one that I have used before. You upload your image and it arranges it on A4 size (or US Letter maybe?) pieces of paper so that it all lays out like a puzzle to put together on your piece of furniture or whatever you're working on. So handy if you only have an A4 printer and need to print a large image. Hope this helps.

  3. Love the bench!! Wondering what transfer method you used? I haven't had much luck with any I've done. Thanks

  4. Pinned. My dog made me do it.