I will tell about iron-on image transfering on wood. Such technology can greatly broaden your craft skills.
So, let's try. Take one blank piece of wood and one piece painted with white acrylic paint to see the difference.
Place the images with the right side down on the blanks and fix with a sticky tape for ironing. That should be a special heatproof tape that wouldn't fuse even in a volcano, or a masking tape.
Now iron at 170-200 С.
A hot iron is put on a blank wit an image whish is slightly pressed, do not move the iron and wait for 80-90 seconds.
Remove the iron and cool the blank. Then carefully remove the tape and file and see the result. The raw blank:
Looks great! Bright and clear.
Now the acrylic painted blank:
And here's a surprise. The film is firmly soldered to the blank, apparently, to the paint :)
Don't panic :) Water the entire surface, work with a wet sponge.
The sodden paper is removed easily. But the brighhtness is absolutely different:
See the difference:
That's all! Wish you much creativity :)