How to transfer art to canvas

How to transfer art to canvas

How to transfer a photo onto canvas! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

How to transfer a photo onto canvas! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

Print your pictures on tissue paper, then modge podge onto canvas! LOVE LOVE LOVE this...I will be doing A LOT of these.

Print your pictures on tissue paper, then modge podge onto canvas! LOVE LOVE LOVE this...I will be doing A LOT of these.

Transferring photos onto just about any surface such as wood, metal, glass, terra cotta and even fabric has become a popular craft projects. It is a pretty cool and cheap way to get your favorite p...

Transferring photos onto just about any surface such as wood, metal, glass, terra cotta and even fabric has become a popular craft projects. It is a pretty cool and cheap way to get your favorite p...

Print your pictures on tissue paper, then modge podge onto canvas! LOVE LOVE LOVE this...I will be doing A LOT of these.

Print your pictures on tissue paper, then modge podge onto canvas! LOVE LOVE LOVE this...I will be doing A LOT of these.

Try this easy and satisfying art technique of transferring your favorite photo onto canvas, Great DIY.

Try this easy and satisfying art technique of transferring your favorite photo onto canvas, Great DIY.

Cool craft ideas: How to transfer a photo onto a slab of wood. I wonder if this would work on canvas ?

Cool craft ideas: How to transfer a photo onto a slab of wood. I wonder if this would work on canvas ?

Photo Calendar: Cover a foam-core board with fabric to create a base.  Cover a smaller board with fabric & glue to base. Print monthly calendars onto card stock & attache to the bottom board with brads. Cover an additional small board with batting, print photos onto canvas paper pieces, stitch together & attach to board with batting; Add ribbon and buttons to hide the stitches and adhere completed board to top of fabric covered board.

Photo Calendar: Cover a foam-core board with fabric to create a base. Cover a smaller board with fabric & glue to base. Print monthly calendars onto card stock & attache to the bottom board with brads. Cover an additional small board with batting, print photos onto canvas paper pieces, stitch together & attach to board with batting; Add ribbon and buttons to hide the stitches and adhere completed board to top of fabric covered board.

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