How to mount a photo on canvas with mod podge?

Best method to have good results and long lasting results

  2 answers
  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Jul 26, 2018

    Mod pod get will dry clear so senter the photo or put were you want then put MP on back of photo then start from center of photo out but don’t rub photo to much or pic color will come off keep covering till all covered in MP

  • Emily Emily on Jul 26, 2018
    Mod podge isn't necessary for this job, Elmers glue will give you the same results and cost less. If I were doing this I would use a photo copy of the photograph. Photographs are printed on heavy duty usually glossy paper. The density of the photograph will complicate adhering to the canvas and will show the edge. When I made this photo border, I cut the actual photos, arranged them in the pattern I wanted and then had them copied at UPS. I was not using canvas, but wood to glue them on. I did not top coat them because that is not really necessary but Elmers would have worked, as well as Mod podge. Good luck with your project!