The scrapbook style of collaging and embellishment is here to stay. The question though is how do you incorporate that scrapbook look into your canvas prints that looks put together, polished, and like it belongs exactly where you've hung it? One of the best ways to do this is by creating a personalized canvas prints for your scrapbook wall art, which you can do with the same tools that you use in scrapbooking. We did a post recently on embellishing your canvas prints, now we are adding to that list with more ways to scrapbook your canvas prints.
Having a meaningful photo professionally transferred to a canvas print and adding to it as you do a physical scrapbook with embellishments is an excellent wall art project that can be done in an afternoon. Canvas prints work well for scrapbooking projects like this not only because they provide a nicely printed, broad surface area to work with but because their surface cooperates well with a variety of readily available adhesives and even paints after all, a canvas print is printed on canvas! Plan your mixed media wall art by:
In addition to a mixed media wall art piece, you might also want to consider experimenting with your scrapbooking project by creating an all-digital scrapbook piece to print on canvas and hang as wall art. Digital scrapbooking is a fun way to learn your way around digital photo editing software such as Photoshop and also allows you to experiment with different looks before committing your vision to canvas. Create a digital scrapbook piece for your canvas print wall art:
Digital scrapbooking opens up entirely new possibilities for your canvas print scrapbooking project. Photo via Stephanie Rubiano on Flickr
Whether you begin with a printed photo and add physical embellishments or go the digital route, you will want to use a high quality canvas print. Canvas Press are your photo to canvas experts and can print your canvas in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Turn to Canvas Press to get started with your fine art canvas print scrapbooking project.