How to Make a 6-Frame Gallery Wall Out of Single Poster9:05:00 AM
If you'd like to get this look, here's what you'll need:
- 6-16"x20" Format frames
- 6-16x20 Photo Mats (optional, I did not use mats)
- Large Abstract Art Poster (Something abstract that I love)
- Paper Cutter or X-Acto Knife and a straight edge/ruler
These are kinda my go-to frames because they are really easy to load up, and they go with any decor.
I had this poster which I purchased at Hobby Lobby, probably a year ago on clearance for $3. I decided that if I could get 6-8x10 sized pieces of art out of this poster, I would be golden--since this is just a temporary fix until I can capture some good family photos.
I used an 8x10 sheet of photo paper as my template and cut each piece of the poster using scissors and then getting nice clean lines using my paper cutter. ( An X-Acto knife would have been preferable)
and then put them up around my television. If you'd like some tips on hanging a gallery wall, click to this post.
What do you think? Not bad for a cheap, quick fix!