As a creative, you can often hear Priscilla say "I can make that!" This Los Angeles native has let her creative guide wear many hats in her career, as a writer, strategist, photographer, and DIYer, especially when it comes to fun projects for her mini-schnazuer Ellie and her room. When she's not creating, you can find her at a local show or taking a weekend roadtrip away from the city.
If you have a lot of posters in your house to frame like I do, you know that the bill for frames can come out pretty hefty. However, there's always an alternative to mixing up your gallery wall that doesn't exactly have to include a frame to be on the wall. With this quick and easy DIY, you will have a new hanger for your posters that will keep them in tact and make them look great on your wall.
- Wood dowels, 2 inches longer than poster
- gold copper wire
- twine or string
STEP 1: You will need 4 wooden dowels that are two inches wider than your poster. This poster was 14 inches, so I cut the dowels to 16 inches long to give enough room to wrap the wire. Cut four 1 foot pieces of copper wire to wrap around the dowels.
Such an easy way to frame your posters without having to buy a frame or stick your poster to the wall! If you liked this DIY and are looking to use it for your living space, let us know and make sure to tag us @BeMakeful!