Hey there, I am so happy to be sharing this reverse canvas with witch legs as part of Fairfield’s 80th birthday celebration. It has been so much fun using Fairfield’s products lately, their products can be used on so many different craft projects like this frame, easter bunny, or Minnie ears. Let’s get started on my latest project using some Fairfield Premium Polyester Fiber Fill.
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This craft project turned out to be very easy to make, you can easily whip one up in no time. The supplies I used are:
- Fairfield Poly-Fil Premium Polyester Fiber Fill
- 6×8 inches stretched canvas frame (Dollar Tree)
- Witch legs (Dollar Tree)
- Hot glue gun
- Cricut Everyday Iron-on
- Cricut EasyPress 2
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
The first thing I did was cut out my iron on design with my Cricut Maker (this is the design I used). Then I removed the canvas from the frame and weeded out my iron on design.
Next I painted the wooden frame with black acrylic paint. While the frame dried I moved on to the rest of the project. To add my iron on to my cotton canvas I set my EasyPress 2 to 340 degrees F and pressed for 30 seconds, I then flipped it over and ironed the back side for another 15 seconds. Next I cut off the witch legs from the plastic ring they came on and began stuffing them with the Fairfield Premium Polyester Fiber Fill. I left about an inch or so towards the top unfilled and hot glued the leg shut. When I finished stuffing the legs I set them to the side and continued with the reverse canvas frame since the paint had finished drying. I cut off the excess edges on the cotton canvas and glued it to the back of the frame. The final step is to hot glue the stuffed witch legs to the back of the reverse canvas frame. And that’s it we are done with this Halloween decoration. You can add some twine or rope to the back so that you can hang it off a wreath hanger or a command hook. But, you can also just have the frame sit against a wall. I hope this craft has inspired you to create your very own reverse canvas with witch legs. Happy crafting!!!