Canvas Decoupage

by Sandy
(Palm Harbor, Florida)

'Life's a Beach' Canvas with Heron Photo

'Life's a Beach' Canvas with Heron Photo

Materials needed for the Canvas Decoupage:

1 8x10 canvas
Scrapbook paper
Palm tree tissue paper (or other related beach scene)
Stickers (from craft store)
Mod Podge Matte Glue
Paint brush or Foam Brush

Step 1:
Paint the canvas with a coat of Mod Podge.
Let dry.

Step 2:
Take a piece of 8 x 10 scrap book paper and Mod Podge
to canvas. Let dry; attach craft stickers.

Step 3:
Apply the napkins to corners using Mod Podge. Make sure to take off the white backing from napkin first.

Step 4:
Seal again with a layer of Mod Podge and finish off with a professional clear gloss finishing spray (I used Design Master Dresden Clear Glaze from Michael's Craft Store).

Step 5:
Hang with a self-adhesive no stick hanging mount or
display on a stand.

This was the first time I have done a canvas decoupage using
a photo or my own that I took at our Beach.

Thanks for viewing and any comments are welcome.

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Jul 15, 2013
Canvas Decoupage
by: Crafts For All Seasons

I love this! It is very creative, and a unique way to decorate a canvas. Thank you for sharing!

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