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How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder

How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder

I love this DIY Canvas Picture Holder. I also adore projects that only take a few supplies!  Create several of these adorable picture holders that allow you to easily change out the photos.   Combine different patterns to create a stunning conversation piece in an room in your home.  They would also make a great gift idea too!

How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder:

Supplies:

Canvas (I had a crafting fail with a previous project and am reusing this canvas!)
Fabric or contact paper (I found this great chevron print contact paper at TJ Maxx!)
Adhesive – hot glue or fabric glue
Scrap booking photo corners
Optional: Embellishments

How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder

Step 1: Cut a piece of your fabric or contact paper large enough to cover your canvas and cover the edges.

How To Make a Canvas Picture HolderStep 2: Carefully apply the contact paper to the canvas working from the center out, smoothing air bubbles out as you go.

How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder

Step 3: Like you are wrapping a present, wrap the edges of your contact paper or fabric and use adhesive if you are using fabric.

How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder

Step 4: Slip your photo inside 4 photo corners and place on canvas where you would like your picture.

Step 5: Apply adhesive to the photo corners and insert picture

How To Make a Canvas Picture Holder

Step 6: (Optional) – Add some embellishments to your frame to make it a living scrap booking work of art on your wall!

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One Comment

  1. Hi, do you need to prep the canvas in any way with primer or something else? Also do you need another adhesive between the contact paper and the canvas like adhesive spray? I am worried it won’t last long without another adhesive.

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