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    • Amanda Cromley

      DIY Canvas Print with Photo Transfer & Gel Medium. Seems a little tricky but might be worth a try on one of my smaller canvases. -A

    • Jenn Dickinson

      Last Autumn we shared a Canvas Transfer DIY. We've received hundreds of questions about this project, so today I want to share a follow up with more details and Q+A. I hope it helps any of you who ran into trouble creating your own canvas portrait... Here's how I transferred my photo to canvas: 1. Supplies needed- stretched canvas (I chose an 8x10 size), gel medium (I used this kind...

    • Barbara Strong

      20 Fabulous Photo Transfer Tutorials – great gift idea and way to personalize! learn how to #DIY transfer a photo or graphic

    • Sonia Bowen

      DIY Photo Transfer Projects • Lots of great Ideas & Tutorials! Including this canvas portrait project from 'a beautiful mess'. Gift idea for sheila all grand line up. Maybe barefoot on nanas pool deck

    • Patti MacKenzie

      Canvas Portrait DIY My idea: Band of colour top and bottom. Centre photo. Glue buttons on the bottom. Words Cute as a button on the top. Boys gift for family.

    • Gabriellah .

      DIY canvas picture transfer. Hello, Christmas presents!

    • Ashley Powell

      DIY canvas photo transfer tutorial

    • Michelle Moore

      Make Your Own Canvas Portrait! I love the look of family photos printed on canvas, but I never knew I could make them at home! After transferring photos to fabric, I was super excited to try some pieces using stretched canvas. I hope this inspires some of you to make something special for your home... Here's how I transferred my photo to canvas: 1. Supplies needed- stretched canvas (I chose an 8x10 size), gel medium (I used this kind from Liquidex), paint brush and the image you want to transfer (laser copy) and a spray bottle filled with water. Remember, your image will print reversed. 2. Completely cover your canvas with gel medium. Use a heavy coat. 3. Press the photo copy onto the canvas and let it dry for several hours or overnight. 4. After your image is completely dry, use a spray bottle to wet the top of the paper. 5. Rub the surface with your fingers until pieces of the paper start coming off. When pieces start coming up your image will be revealed. This step takes patience and is messy! Be careful not to rub too hard as this can remove your transfer on accident. Continue until all the paper is removed and the image is completely visible! 6. Cover your canvas with one more coat of gel medium to seal and protect the image. Note: You can expect an imperfect transfer. I think the imperfections are absolutely lovely! It's best to choose an image that is not incredibly detailed to work with. Each transfer is different. The more you experiment, the better! I'm so excited to have this little keepsake for our home. These would also make amazing gifts! I can't wait to make more. xo. elsie Wedding photo courtesty of Arrow and Apple. Posted at 09:26 PM in DECORATE, DIY PROJECTS | Permalink

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