I once saw something like this hanging on a wall in the background of magazine photo. It looked warm and inviting in a kitchen so I wanted to duplicate the look by printing on canvas and wrapping it on canvas stretcher bars. Not having real art canvas and stretcher bars, I used supplies in my stash.
I found the Fork, Knife and Spoon image on the Graphics Fairy blog here. I rotated the knife in the original image. Next I placed the image on a digital grunge background that I had purchased from a stock photography site several years ago. Once I was happy with the size and the placement I printed it on Avery Printable Fabric (available at office supply stores).
I had a pack of plain, small wooden frames from Ikea so I used them as my canvas stretcher bars. I used extra sticky tape on the back of the bars and wrapped the canvas around to the back. I designed the grunge image to wrap around the sides of the stretcher bars.
Here are the supplies I used.
This is linked to Lovely Crafty Home, Kojo Designs, Somewhat Simple, The Shabby Chic Cottage, Whimsical Musings and These Creative Juices.
Addendum: This was highlighted on These Creative Juices. Thank you!