Sorry for the bad piccies! I edited together the covers for issues 18 and 19 of the MLP comic (removed the logo and Derps), and transferred it onto a piece of plywood! I've painted in the mirror, too - on the first attempt, I actually cut it out and put a real mirror behind it, but it didn't look right... Really easy to do! I've done it three ways, so here's a quick how-to for any folks who wanna try - - Print your image (inkjet) onto anything shiny or waxed, like the backing to a set of stickers or labels. Then carefully lay it down onto the wood and rub gently. If you dampen the wood ever so slightly, it makes for deeper colour at the cost of sharpness. - Print your image (laser), then place it facedown on the wood. Press with a hot iron for a few minutes and peel! It comes out a little dull, but it looks great, like it's aged or weathered. - Spread a thin coat of PVA glue over the wood, then place your printed image (I did this with a laser print, but should work with inkjet too!) face-down onto the wood and smooth it out. Let it dry, then take a wet sponge and gently rub the paper away. This generally gets very good results! That is all.