Did you know you can pay $80 Canadian for a print like this on Etsy? Or you can make your own for less than $20! I made one Modern Canvas a few weeks ago for next to nothing, and now I’ve made another! Let me share with you how I made my Modern Minimalist Canvas Art.
*This project was sponsored by Cricut. As always, opinions are 100% my own.*
I will be filling my walls with my own artwork. I love having original pieces but I can never justify the cost. I can justify the 20 minutes to make this project though.
Materials to Complete This Project:
Start by opening the cut file. You can access my design file in the Cricut Design Space HERE. Or you can make your own file using the IT Stylus Com Regular Font.
Make sure you reverse the image before you cut your file. Place the vinyl with the shiny protective layer down, and then use a weeding tool to help peel away the negative parts of your design.
When the design is cut, place it on the 12″ x 12″ canvas, exactly where you want it to sit.
I painted my canvas white, and framed it prior to adding the text.
Once the text was in place, I used the iron on the no-steam setting to adhere to text to the canvas. You must hold the iron over each letter for at least 10 seconds while it sets.
When the iron-on has set, peel back the protective layer and you are done!
Where shall I put this in my new home? I’m thinking my office… What do you think?