How to Turn a Photo into Canvas Wall ArtDecember 01, 2015 | FILED UNDER: Wall Art
How to Turn a Photo into Canvas Photo Art
2. If you want to turn a single photo into a grid of 4 (or more) canvases like we did, use the photo editing software to crop the image into four equal squares. We didn’t have a tool that automatically segmented the photo into 4, so we had to eyeball it to line up the quadrants as close as we could.
3. Now for the fun part! Head to SnapBox, choose their gallery wrapped canvases, and upload your photos. You can choose from 24 sizes of canvases ranging from 6″x9″ all the way to 36″x”54″! We measured our wall and chose four 14″x14″ square canvases to fit the space.
4. I love SnapBox’s uploading tool because it shows you a mockup of how your canvas will look, and you can even select a custom wrap color for the canvas border. How cool is that?! I chose 4 coordinating colors for the borders that complimented the colors in the succulents:
I love how the borders add another touch of unexpected color to the already colorful art!
I’m so happy to finally have our entryway decorated, and it feels especially good that we created the decor ourselves. 😉
I’ve been really impressed with SnapBox’s products – in addition to these canvases, I’ve also made a gallery wall of my balloon projects using their Fotobit frames, and custom throw pillows from my daughters’ art projects (I just bought a few of their pillows for Christmas presents). Be sure to check out these tutorials for more photo art inspiration!
This post is sponsored by SnapBox. All content and opinions are my own.