How To Transfer A Printed Picture To Canvas......
This is how I do my picture transfer and end hopes that you can do the same thing. This is a cool, neat and easy crafting project for any day of the week especially on those rainy days where you cant go out and enjoy the weather or those quite afternoon and/or evening at night when the kids are all tucked into bed and you have thing else to do.
So, lets get started....
The materials that you will need are:
- Cutting Mat (Optional)
- Printed Picture to fit canvas size
- Mod Podge
- Brush (foam brush is better but only had the paint brush at the time and it worked perfectly fine.)
- Cup of Water
- Fingers (I used a rag to wipe the paper off
- Drying Time
First, you are going to your computer and print out a picture to either the size you want or to the size of the canvas, you have on hand or gotten from the store
|After you have printed out the picture of your choice and the size that you want, cut picture to the size of the canvas.|
|Then take your brush and Mod Podge and dip the brush into the Mod Podge. Make sure you get a good amount on the brush because you do need to cover the whole Canvas.|
|Start, by covering part of the canvas because the Mod Podge does kinda dry quickly.|
|Now, take you picture and lay it on open making sure the corners match up and the picture is centered where you need it to be.|
|Then, use a little more Mod Podge on the canvas, then smoothing it out and make sure the corners match up.|
|Now, what you want to do is make sure that all the corners are matched up and you might have to put a little extra Mod Podge in the corners to make sure they stick and dry to the canvas.|
|Now, After you have let it dry completely get a some water and towel.|
|Now, dip the cloth in the water.|
|Blot the picture to get it wet.|
|Then, lightly rub the paper.|
|Then, softly rub the paper off the canvas and try not to rub to hard, as you can tell in the one corner I rubbed a little to hard and some of picture came off.|
|Now, you are going to need to get Mod Podge and brush.|
|Dip brush into Mod Podge just enough to cover and not drip everywhere.|
|Then, start brushing evenly over the picture.|
|This is what it should look like when you have covered it over with Mod Podge. Let dry over night or whenever it is dry.|
This is my picture!!