This weeks project is a fun set of 3 framed map prints, from an antique Map of London.
The map came out of an antique London tour guide, that I actually rescued from the trash years ago.
I've included a supply list and instructions below:
1) Three 4" x 6" frames, I got mine at Ikea, they're called "Clips" and cost only .99 cents for 4 of them.
2)Krylon- UV - Resistant CLEAR or whatever brand you like (I got mine at Michaels crafts)
3)Scissors or a Paper Cutter
Step1: Click on the images above to enlarge them, and then save to your computer. You will need to print them out at 4"x6" or at whatever size the frame is that you are using. (The files may take a few minutes to load, I made them quite large so that the quality will be super high for your art)
Step 2: Spray the printed images with a UV protective spray in a Matte finish to protect it from fading. (This is optional, if you change your art out often you may not need to do this)
Step 3: Cut out your images. I used a paper cutter but scissors are fine too.
The frames I used from Ikea are shown above. They are called "clips".
Step 4: If you are using the "Clips" frames, punch the holes out of the cardboard backing before framing.
Step 4: This is how the clips should look when you have them in place. This might be self explanatory to some but, there was no photo in the packaging and it took me awhile to figure out which way they went! The hole on the back of the metal clips, also works as a hanger for your nail.
All done! I hope you like this super easy cute project, these look great grouped together on a wall. They look even better in person than in the photo, it was getting late when I took these photos and the lighting was not ideal!