Creating a Canvas with a Printed Image

This post was sponsored by GraphicStock. All opinions are mine alone.

Sometimes you need an image or an illustration for a craft project. There are a lot of free stock photos sites out there but their variety is limited. I tried and found exactly what I need. Now you might think I'm saying that because I have to but I really think they have a good thing going.

First I like their search options. you can type in any word in the search box and get lots of results. Then you can narrow the search by choosing the relevant category for you. I searched the word vintage and then chose the background category. I found a really pretty background and downloaded it to my computer. From there printing it was easy.


I used the printed background to cover a 5x7 canvas and write on it. But you can find lots of images and illustrations there too. The good thing is that each image comes in different file types so you can choose the file you need.

GraphicStock now offers a 7 day free trial so you can check it out and decide for yourselves. You can find the link in the description box on the video.

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