You know when you're on vacation, and you see a cool print at the market and you're all like OMG I need that i'll totes find a frame ASAP when I get home and hang this on my wall! Does that ever actually happen? No. I barely even print out photos from my vacations anymore, which kills me...I should do something about that...hmm...
WELL, today i'm going to go over a SUPER SIMPLE way to frame a tricky print. YOU SEE, whilst in the land of Cambodia last year, we were temple hopping and found a nice little family selling prints. They said, in broken English, that their family had been drawing on rice paper for years, passing it down generation to generation. Obviously I needed one. Because once I got home i'd totally build a frame for it!
Fast forward almost a year and it's done! HA. OK, so obvi you could run to Target and grab a frame, but when something is drawn on Rice paper, you kinda want it out of the frame to get the FULL effect.
Wooden dowels - cut 1" larger than the length of your print, painted
THEN, grab some string, thread it through the screw eyes and hang on the wall! SUPER simple, huh?!