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  • Judy Scully

    DIY canvas photo wall - super easy!

  • Jane Pierce

    DIY canvas photos... super easy. Photo. Canvas. Paint sides. Modge podge canvas. Place photo carefully on canvas. Done.

  • brittany bonilla

    DIY canvas photos... i love canvas pictures, going to try this

  • Krystal Plante

    I can't believe how simple this sounds, Heck of alot cheaper than getting them made:) DIY canvas photos... super easy! Painting canvas, prints, mod podge, and either paint, or scrapbook paper/fabric for the edges.

  • Stacey Thomas

    DIY canvas photos... super easy and adorable - great alternative to regular wall photo frames!

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I can't believe how simple this sounds, Heck of alot cheaper than getting them made:) DIY canvas photos... super easy!

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diy canvas art. like how this echoes a window. could do a lighter color for bedroom.

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