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  • Andrea

    Make your own canvas photo collage! Measure out how you want your photos to be on the canvas & mark it with pencil. Use spray adhesive to glue the photos onto the canvas. Mod-podge over with a foam brush (using matte ensures less glare). Allow to dry for 30-45min. Paint the edges of the canvas black. Fill-in any white spots around the edges with a sponge dipped in black paint (smudge onto the photos a bit for a more textured, distressed look). Allow to dry. Hang & enjoy...

  • Carrie MH

    DIY Canvas photo art

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