Thursday, November 17, 2011


My niece wanted these
for her laundry room
The designs are from
The Graphics Fairy

Measure the size
 of the muslin I needed
and cut it
I printed the design 
on the transfer paper and cut 
a slight border around the design

I centered the design
and ironed it on according to
the directions

and carefully pulled the paper off

 I first hot glued it on the the back of the canvas

trimmed the edge

then used a staple gun
I used a staple gun ..and I liked it!

I then used double sided tape
around the edge
and covered it with brown paper
(sorry forgot to take a photo)


  1. Very cute! Would be great for a sewing room as well! I am a new follower!

  2. So cute. Your neice will love them.
    Thanks for stopping by.
    No snow but it's getting colder and colder, isn't it.
    I just want a few flakes but I will be okay waiting, hah.

  3. Love these, what a lovely idea!

  4. Love these!! I love to sew and I love anything from days gone by. I think I will do these for my sewing workroom.
    Thanks again for sharing these, Jules

  5. Karen's site is wonderful for images--I like what you did with them and how you were able to wrap the canvas.

    It’s a Wrap Link Party at Artful Rising

  6. Jo, what a sweet gift you made her, and the laundry room would be a darling place for these!

    Nice job and thanks for sharing :D

    Visiting from BRAG MONDAY at GraphicsFairy,
    ~Suzanne in NW Illinois @ Whycuzican

  7. I think I might do this in my laundry room too! Gorgeous idea!

  8. This turned out so pretty! I love those Graphics Fairy dress forms!! Thanks for sharing your technique!

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  10. Thank you so much for linking this up to Motivated Monday. I wanted you to know I featured you on tonight's post.

  11. These are very beautifully done. Visiting via Be Colorful.

  12. Your canvas art is beautiful! Your niece must have been thrilled to see them.

    What is the name of the transfer paper you used?


  13. So cute!!!!! Thanks for sharing.