Make Your Own Canvas Wall Art!

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by Annie McIntyre

Canvas prints are gorgeous but sometimes they can be a bit pricy. Luckily Punky Princess know how to get the canvas print you want for a fraction of the cost.

There are millions of tutorials out there for all different types of canvas wall art but this tutorial will tell you how to make a canvas print with your favourite quotes typed on.

What You Need

First of all you need to buy a blank canvas. You can get these at affordable prices from places like Wilkinsons and The Works. You then need some sticker letters and black paint.

What To Do

Put your sticker letters on the canvas to spell out whatever it is you want your canvas to say. Then paint the whole canvas and leave to dry.

When the paint is dry, peel off the letters and you’ll be left with a gorgeous black and white canvas!

canvas letter

However, my favourite thing to do takes a bit longer but looks a million times better. Before putting your letters on paint your canvas in stripes of different colours. Then place your letters on to spell out your chosen words and paint over the whole canvas in black. When it’s dry and you peel the letters off you’ll know have gorgeous multicoloured lettering.


You could also buy a canvas print that already has a picture on it and follow the same process like the picture below.

canvasThese canvases make beautiful wall decorations and by making them yourself not only does it mean no one else has the same one as you, but it also means you can display the quotes that mean the most to you!

If you decide to have a crack at these canvases then send us your pictures!

Love and hugs,

Annie x

What Do You Think?

3 Responses to Make Your Own Canvas Wall Art!

  1. lissyloo2209 says:

    September 14, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    This is cool. I’m gonna try this :) xx

  2. Julia-thats-me says:

    February 22, 2014 at 9:25 pm

    well doing this !

  3. PunkyPrincess01 says:

    April 14, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    So doing this for my new room!!!!! ♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪ xx

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