- I've always wanted to print on wood, but the closest I can think about getting around it is to employ some iron-on ink jet paper.
I already tried it before with a piece of plywood that was too long, and I was using paper that was designed for "dark" t-shirts, which is thicker and peels off like a thick film. I found out that this type of paper does not give the nice transparency which shows the grain of the wood, which the regular iron-on transfer paper designed for light colored shirts do.
Here's a little run through of the few cards I made. I am planning to fill up a wall since they are both cost effective (less than $3 a print) and look awesome. :)