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Vinyl Wall Art Canvas TUTORIAL

Vinyl Wall Art Canvas Tutorial
{made with vinyl wall art courtesy of Dali Decals}
I am totally digging our newest Little Miss Momma sponsor, Dali Decals–because not only do they have tons of the most fabulous vinyl wall art out there, but their products inspire me to be a little miss crafty pants.
Dali Decals recently sent me this rad vinyl wall art:
Are you loving that its on a toilet as much as I am?
Well, when I chose this piece, I had other plans in mind for my decal.
I didn’t have a permanent location in mind, so I decided to apply the decal to canvases.
And now, here’s the tutorial so you can make your very own Dali Decals canvas wall art.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Supplies:
Your favorite Dali Decal
2 canvases in the size of your choice
acrylic paint in the color of your choice
scissors and paint brush
wall art scraper {or credit card}
STEP ONE:
Paint your canvases in the acrylic paint you selected.
They will probably require two coats.

STEP TWO:
While you wait for your canvases to dry COMPLETELY, cut out all your decals.

Once your canvases are dry, you are ready to apply your decals following the instructions included in your order.  {see summary in below steps}
Peel back the paper backing on your decals and place lightly on your canvases in the layout you desire.

Once your decals are in place, use the tool included in your order {or the edge of a credit card} to press down your decal.  Be sure to all get the edges of the decal VERY well.

{I think this is such a genius marketing tool–get it, marketing “tool”}.

STEP THREE:
Begin to lift up the contact paper from your decals to reveal your beautiful finished product.

My decals were a bit larger than my canvas, so I chose to have my decal go all the way over the edge of the canvas.

And then I trimmed the excess.

And there ya have it–that’s it!
So, what do you think?
Pretty simple, right?!






I think this project would also be fun with these other decals from Dali Decals:

Aren’t these all to-die-for?!
Vinyl wall art is the perfect way to add some flare to those bare walls in your home–without breaking the bank!  Head over to Dali Decals and get lost in their vast world of fab vinyl wall art–you’ll be happy you did!
You can also visit Dali Decals on FACEBOOK!
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I will be linking this tutorial up to these fabulous parties!

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    Kat
    February 3, 2012 at 2:05 pm

    I’m so glad I found this!! I got some awesome robot decals from Dali Decals for my son’s bedroom, but I know the next several years, we won’t be in any sort of permanent place. I was hoping to figure out how to put the decals on something much more portable – thank you! I love the idea of painting the canvas before applying the decal!

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    Hailey
    February 6, 2012 at 2:49 am

    Do you have any suggestions for a sealer to put OVER the vinyl?

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    Kari Jo
    December 5, 2013 at 10:28 am

    Do the decals stay stuck pretty well? Gonna do this this weekend but didn’t know if i’d need some sort of sealant of there top of it so they don’t peel off. Just wondering since they are made for the wall and the canvas is a different texture.

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    Jackie
    January 19, 2014 at 4:32 am

    What a fabulous idea!! I have been searching for the perfect canvas for my living room and haven’t had much luck… now I can make my own.. woo hoo!

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    pictaram
    December 21, 2017 at 7:20 pm

    Gonna try it! Thank you for sharing the tutorial! It’s easier than I thought!
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    Rachel Pozernick
    January 14, 2018 at 10:58 am

    Do I need to put a sealant over it?

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