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Idea: Frame Your Posters & Prints with Colored & Patterned Tape!


Not allowed to put even a pushpin hole in your wall?  Dismayed by the look of your posters and prints floating without frames?  I saw this over on Design*Sponge and had to share the wall frame solution with you all!  Use different colored tape and Japanese patterned tape to "frame" the posters and prints you hang with sticky tack.  Seriously, how fabulous does that gallery arrangement look up above?  With a few rolls of tape and a little creativity, you'll have a stylish wall gallery in no time.



Red stripes look lovely around this floral print.


And if you're leaning toward a baroque feel, look no further than this Picture Frame Tape kit I came across.  It gives the illusion of a thick, gaudy, ornate frame.  How perfect would it be to frame graphic prints, typography prints, or classic painting reproductions?  Plus, the way it stands out against a white wall looks truly museum like.  It's currently out of stock on the site where I found it, but I'm sure with a little digging around on the internet you'll be able to track some down. 




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