Many people are unsure of how to frame their papercutting piece - mainly because they haven't framed one before.
BUT - it's easy! And there are lots of options! One of the reasons I love papercut artwork is because they look so different than normal art prints, and they can really bring a unique look to your walls.
Some options from the photo above:
1 - floating frame with paper background. For this option I attached our whale fluke papercutting to a white paper behind, and then put it in a larger floating frame.
2 - shadowbox frame - I attached the papercutting to a dark grey background. This option is great because you can see the papercutting sit up off the background.
3 - Floating frame with no background paper - this is my favourite way to display the anatomical heart - and it looks beautiful in a window!
4 - Straight up binder clips! Very easy - but only an option for pieces with a border
5 - Clipboard - just as easy as binder clips!