Create canvas effect wraps in minutes using JetMaster Photo Wrap. Simply apply your print to the pre-cut adhesive coated corrugated board and fold up the edges to create a lightweight canvas wrap.
JetMaster Photo Wrap
Stretched canvases are amongst the biggest sellers in today’s art and décor markets. Creating a stretched canvas gallery wrap can require specialist skills and time but with the JetMaster Photo Wrap, everything can be wrapped up in minutes – no staples, untidy corners or air bubbles.
The base of the JetMaster Photo Wrap is made of pre-cut adhesive coated corrugated board, ensuring that prints do not bow or sag over time. The patented design of the JetMaster Photo Wrap ensures perfect corners every time and always creates a stylish, professional quality image display. Ideally suited for interior décor in home or corporate environments as well as retail and exhibition signage. A JetMaster Photo Wrap is so light it can be hung from just one tack, ensuring that shipping and installation costs are much lower when compared to traditional wooden stretcher bars. Larger Images can even be displayed by tiling the image over multiple JetMaster Photo Wraps.
How to make a JetMaster Photo Wrap
Start by creating an image with wrapped edges, this can be done in Photoshop or click here to use our free image upload utility.
Once you have printed your image:
- Peel away a small section of the release liner covering the adhesive on the face of the JetMaster Photo Wrap.
- Align your print, then secure it in place by applying light pressure over the exposed adhesive.
- Remove the rest of the release liner and use a roller to apply even pressure over the entire surface of the print.
- Use a pair of scissors to trim off the excess media at each corner, then fold up each of the four edges, applying pressure to secure them in place.
- Apply one of the included corner tabs to each corner to keep the corners square.
- Insert the pre-cut card back to ensure rigidity and strength.
Click here to download our step by step, illustrated instruction sheet, or watch the YouTube video below.