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  • Chrissy

    DIY CANVAS PHOTO

  • P Richelle White

    DIY Canvas Prints - a step by step photo tutorial

  • I P

    Make your own Canvas Prints with this step by step photo tutorial! {It really is pretty simple!} By the time I spent the money on the canvas, the gel medium an the wall size print to transfer (multiplied by two, 'cause I'd surely ef up the first one), I could have bought one that was professionally done!

  • Cakes Hernandez

    A very professional canvas photo tutorial. IF I wanted to be an over achiever...I totally jimmy-rigged mine.

  • Charlie Emery

    DIY photo canvas

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