Our paintings by numbers are made with high quality material, just like the clothes we wear. The canvases are made of cotton and linen and can be ironed. You need to be careful not to put the iron over high heat - keep it at medium temperature.
The objective of ironing your canvas is to make it perfectly smooth to start your painting, and for that we'll give you some tips on how to do it correctly.
We start with the screen face down on a thick towel. We shouldn't get the fabric wet, paint-by-number kits are different from normal blank canvases because they have numbers and lines printed on them that can be accidentally erased!
Then, we should gently iron the iron over the surface, keeping the iron moving, and your screen will be wrinkle free in seconds. Remember never to leave the iron in place for too long.
Fabrics are made to be stretched and the stretching process helps to remove the last of the wrinkles. Try to make sure the screen is as taut as possible, even when you're just gluing or fixing the screen to a flat surface!