How to make a Monogram Canvas
Add a unique, personalized touch to your home decor with this monogram canvas! To make it’s easy with a few simple supplies, including Mod-smorgasbord.
Sometimes you just want a simple home decor item that comes together quickly – whether you make it for yourself or for a gift! My friends – the monogram canvas is the project. To set it’s so easy, along with some simple supplies and Mod-smorgasbord.
Oh, and if you can’t tell, it uses a DENIM canvas. I was so excited to discover this denim canvas at my local Michaels! I got bored with the traditional white screens, so this is a way to jazz up your skill a little. To make it’s very easy!
- Monogram Canvas
to Collect These Supplies
Denim-canvas – 8″ x 10″
Mod hodgepodge gloss
acrylic paint – colors of your choice (I had white and light blue)
Scrapbook or printed paper
a decorative piece of wood to fit on your screen
scissors or craft knife and mat
Select the paper to use, you’re going on your decorative piece of wood. Measure the size of the piece and then use your ruler to cut with your craft knife, to fit. Set aside the paper.
Paint your piece of wood with the color of your choice – I know. You don’t have to paint, the part is under the paper, but make sure that the color of the paper is on the edge a little in case something short.
Paint your wooden letters! Select a color that compliments the scrapbook or printed paper that you have chosen.
Add a medium layer of Mod hotchpotch of sparkle to your piece of wood.
Set the trimmed paper down on the piece of wood; a smooth thoroughly and allow to dry for 15 – 20 minutes (tip: use a brayer, fully smooth the bubbles out of the paper).
Add a top layer of Mod smorgasbord and let it dry.
you can Glue your wooden letter cut on the top of the piece of wood – then and tie a ribbon to the top of the piece of wood, if you want to. Let dry.
Add a couple of glue on the back of the piece of wood and attach to the canvas. Let it dry for a few hours, and you’re done.
to display your monogram canvas, you on the mantel or hang it on the wall!
Here’s a close up of the decoupaged area and the letter. I love the color palette, especially with the Jeans.
For more cool Mod patchwork-wall-art-projects, go here!