I have been playing with Square 1 Masterpiece Repositionable Adhesive Fabric and I have to say - this is by far my favorite project I have made!!!!
I bought these canvases LAST summer to make something for my cousin's wedding. She never got me the photos I asked for so it just sat and sat and waited for a different opportunity.
I don't have the exact project so show you but here are two similar ones I found on Pinterest:
Take the wedding photos from the left and put them on the canvas and add wedding words - that was my original project.
Being a baseball mom, it just hit me to create a baseball canvas. I did not want to mod podge photos onto the 4x4 canvases, so I just copied them onto the repositionable fabric on my copy machine/printer!!
This stuff is amazing and the best part is - as Tanner grows I can replace the photos!!!
If you want to find out more information on this product, just go HERE. It is on sale through Sunday, June 30 2013!!!
I trimmed three of the photos to 4x4. The last photo I kept 4x6 because it was going in a scrapbook page.
I trimmed the photos and put them on the canvas pieces.
You just peel them off the backing like a sticker! If they go on crooked - no worries!!! You just try again!
You can see I was stuck on the vertical positioning at first.
I came up with my own baseball sayings and they were not fitting in the space, so I turned it horizontal.
I used my gypsy and MyCutSearch.com to find all my fonts!!
I use MyCutSearch all the time to find images on cricut cartridges. I did not know how to search fonts until I asked. I wanted to share what I learned with you - so HERE are the directions with photos!!
Hannah Montana, Hello Kitty Font, MS Seasonal Art Cake, Base Camp, Artiste, Craft Room Basics, and Nate's ABC's
I cut the words out in vinyl and transferred them to the top half of the canvas.
I adhered black ribbon around the edges of the canvas.
I used washi tape, a ruler and my 12x24 cricut mat to space my small canvases on the bottom half.
I love that washi tape doesn't stick too well for this project!!
I used hot glue to adhere them down and peeled the washi tape off.
Here is a side view so you can see the dimension. I originally covered the small canvases with ribbon, but did not like the gaps it had - so I took it off.
Tanner played his first season of select baseball this year and we are coming up on our state tournament. I am very proud of him!! He is 7 on an 8 year old team. He has been watching his brothers play baseball his entire life and now is his turn!!!
I purchased frames with special mats for his brothers several years ago and can not find anything similar now. I have to say, I like this one MUCH better than his brothers frames!!!