HOW TO FRAME
Here, I will show you how to create a high float frame using a common frame from IKEA.
The high float frame allows you to create a unique 3 dimensional look.
*Please note that this is just a demonstration, therefore, the frames which comes with my prints are custom made,
and I do not sell or provide IKEA frames.
This is just a budget friendly option that works great!
HERE'S ALL YOU NEED TO GET STARTED
1-1.5cm smaller than the print / Thickness 0.5cm
OR ACID FREE TAPE
A6 (10.5 x 14.8 cm)
SIZE OF YOUR FRAME
LETS GET STARTED!
1. Peal The Gator Board Backing
Peal the backing and carefully stick it on the back of the print.
*If you do not wish to damage the print, you can use a adhesive tape to attach the gator board to the print.
2. Make Sure It's In Center
Check from above to see if its going on straight and prevent it from getting crooked.
3. Attach The Blu-Tag or Adhesive Tape
Add small amount of blu-tag and place it on four corners and gently press it down.
*Make sure the print is not on any rough surface to prevent damages.
4. Blow Dust or Particles
Use a air blower or a air spray can to blow out any dust or particles.
5. ADD PRESSURE
Use the remaining of the gator board pealings and gently press it down to secure the attachment.
6. Final Check
Make sure its all good and the gator board is attached. If it looks like this, you're all good to go!
*If there is a gap between the matt and gator board, don't worry! as long as you can't see it when its framed, its fine.
7. Put It In The Frame!
Just place it in the frame and that's it!
*Make sure to air blow out all dust on the print, as well as inside the frame.
IF THERE'S ANY PROBLEM, JUST LET ME KNOW!