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How to frame a paper piece
Paper pieces look best inside a floating frame so that you can see through the piece to the wall behind it. Attach a very small piece of double sided tape to the back of the paper cutting. Then stick the papercutting to the back glass so that it’s pressed between the two panes. To create contrast, place the piece on a different colour wall, or put a colourful piece of paper behind the frame!
Watch the video how-to on IGTV here!
We offer framing in this style - add framing to your small size papercutting piece here.
How to frame a wooden piece
Directly onto the wall
Instructions: Wooden pieces look great hung directly onto the wall - simply hang the piece using finishing nails through the existing holes of the artwork.
In a shadowbox frame
Use a needle and beige or white thread to sew the wooden piece onto a thick artboard (as pictured: 16"x20" artboard). Simply sew the piece through its existing holes to the board. Place in a shadowbox frame and display. You can also adhere the wooden piece to the artboard using doubled sided mounting tape.
We offer framing in this style - add framing to your wooden art piece here.
See the how-to on IGTV here!
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