How to Frame Huge Prints Inexpensively

We had a huge blank beige wall in the sunroom that needed color. Color on something big. I glued a wood frame to a plywood board, Mod Podged prints to the board an then painted the frame. The result: big color! Affordable too. More details in the blog post.
Glue a wood frame onto wood or thick chipboard.
Mod Podge the art onto the wood board or even thick chipboard.
Prints Mod Podged onto plywood.
I painted the frame turquoise, and painted the exposed plywood backing a lime color. This step requires very close supervision by Crafty Cat. I think I did okay.
The final result!
I have colorful glass bottles hanging on the wall next to the prints.

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2 questions
  • Bde6919612
    Bde6919612
    on Feb 20, 2017

    What exactly is Mod Podge? Basically you are gluing the prints to the wood? This is an excellent idea.

    • Cheryl May
      Cheryl May
      on Apr 15, 2019

      You could also use a beautiful piece of fabric to frame using Mod Podge.

  • Marcela
    Marcela
    on Aug 6, 2017

    did you paint the board before you glued the artwork?

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