- 1). Plan and map out your idea for your wall art. Decide upon the size of the final piece, whether by the constraints of a frame or proportions with a wall. Decide whether you will use a matte and frame, or create a free-hanging piece. A repetitive pattern that does not require any cutting provides a simple and stylish option.
- 2). Arrange your shapes into the desired image or pattern. If any of them need to be cut, measure them and then place them on a cutting board.
- 3). Use a good blade if your pieces need to be cut. Stick to straight lines, and make the cuts using light, repetitive motions. Don't try to make a full cut on the first slice.
- 4). Adhere your shapes to the matte board with glue. Use the glue in limited amounts around the entire piece and as close to the edge as possible. Or, for a free-hanging piece, glue the pieces to each other. If the pieces are too thin to glue to each other, adhere tiny clear plastic braces behind the pieces connecting each to the surrounding pieces.
- 5). Let your piece dry completely before moving or hanging it.
EDITOR PICKS & Articles
- RV Insurance Policy Basics
- Some Tips on How to Find Cheap Auto Insurance
- DUI Auto Insurance - Don"t Drink and Drive!
- Look for the Best Cheap Auto Insurance Online Option
- How To"s Of DWI Auto Insurance
- Auto Insurance - 11 Tips For Better Auto Insurance Quotes
- Is It Okay to Drop Collision and Comprehensive Insurance?
- Compare Auto Insurance Companies - The Fast and Easy Way to Compare Auto Insurance Companies
- State of Ohio Car Insurance Law
- Get Better Rates on Your Caravan Insurance
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up here to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe at any time
"Society & Culture & Entertainment" Categories
Arts & Crafts Business Books & Literature Culture Cultures & Groups Digital Art Comics & Animation Education Environmental Gambling Games History Hobbies & Science Holidays & party Horoscopes Jokes & Riddles Languages Movies Music News Society & Culture Other - Entertainment Performing Arts Photography Radio & Television Reading-Book Reviews Religion & Spirituality sports-Match Visual Arts Writing
Stay With Us