Tiny canvas print, with a mat window of 5 5/8 x 14 1/4". No need to stretch, and if mounting, even at 130 degrees for heat-activated foam, there's no way of telling what the print coating (over the ink) would do. Hesitate to use fabric glue, because what if it soaked through and messed with the ink. So, having used it twice in 27 years, I went for three with Perfect Mount. Followed directions, left it weighted overnight, and the canvas peels right up. Left it for way longer, and still peels up. I finally put it in a cool vacuum press for about twelve minutes, and that helps some. But you can still pull it off. I'm wondering if, without pull pressure, it would stay put over the years, or eventually separate. I don't want to send it out if it would bubble, but for all I know, with that tiny size, it would be fine. Feel free to say what your experience with it has been, as well as whether you do mount digital prints on canvas with fabric glue or heat activated foam. I've done a few at 130, but am never sure how the print coating will do.