Are you looking for some great ideas for Mod Podging a canvas? I've pulled several together for you. The truth is, I love Mod Podging on canvas and making wall art. It's a blast, and so easy. I just have a few tips: 1) use enough Mod Podge; be liberal and 2) flip over and smooth from the back, inside the frame. Besides that, you are good to go. Now enjoy these Mod Podge canvas projects – just click through the slideshow at the top or bottom right of this post to pick your favorite idea!
I created wall art using scrapbook paper doilies from the dollar bins at the craft store.
Use 12 (or more) of your favorite images to create personalized Mod Podge canvas art to hang in your family room.
Create a unique floral collage on canvas using your favorite paper or fabric scraps.
This photo strip canvas makes a great gift, and you can customize it with portraits of your pets, friends, or family members!
Courtney used scraps from fat quarters and Fabric Mod Podge to make this easy wall art.
Debbie will show you the easy way to get a mixed media effect – and the result is this beautiful bird canvas.
Create a cool collage for your wall using several 12 x 12″ canvases, paint and Mod Podge.
Bird on a Branch
Wall art is made super simple by adding a painted wood piece to a fabric covered canvas.
I took a few copies of designs by my favorite artist and attached them to painted canvases – so easy!
Turn important family rules into a cute piece of wall art.
Layer up wood elements and personalized items on the canvas for a dimensional effect.
Get this look with freehand circles from scrapbook paper.
Learn how to do it yourself at Spying on the Swinneys
This Mod Podge canvas art was inspired by a popular online store – it looks great and costs a fraction of the price.
Go crazy with paint, stamps, tissue paper and more to make a cool mixed media piece.
I love this idea – you can make scrap paper animals in the color of your choice. Perfect for a nursery!
Pick your favorite collection of coordinating scrapbook papers and add them to canvases with Mod Podge to fill a wall.
I made this Mod Podge canvas art by adding a ton of patchwork fabric shapes to canvas with Mod Podge, then painting a fruit right on top.
If you have leftover tissue paper you won't be using for presents, turn it into wall art with Mod Podge.
Are you wondering what to do with all that art from your children? Add it to canvas and make a unique wall display.
Find out how to do it at Cheeky Kitchen
I always see those mini canvases at the craft store and wonder what I can do with them. This idea is so cute!
Ready to decoupage on canvas? Grab a canvas here and get started with one of these 20 ideas!