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Framing your Wall Charts - A Quick Size Guide

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Framing your Wall Charts - A Quick Size Guide

This blog post covers another FAQ - what frames are best to display wall art purchased from my shop.  When designing my wall charts, framing is always in my mind. I aim to create a very easy and economical framing experience for customers, as I know this is something that concerns people when purchasing art online.  All my wall art prints come in standard Australian 'A' sizes. Although not possible with all of the charts, most of the charts and illustrations are designed to keep all the important details contained within IKEA frame sizes, to make framing worldwide easy and flexible. This...

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Wall Stickers vs Fine Art Wall Prints - what is the best option for your walls?

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Wall Stickers vs Fine Art Wall Prints - what is the best option for your walls?

One of the questions I get asked a lot is whether people should go for a wall sticker or the paper / ‘fine art' print when it comes to selecting wall art for children’s rooms. The answer to this depends on a lot of things, so I wanted to take you through all of the considerations here, as a reference for anyone pondering this decision. The first thing I want to point out is that wall stickers are not considered a fine art print. A fine art print is generally considered to be pigment-based ink printed onto museum-grade paper, such...

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Easter Egg Activity - Free Printable Activity For Kids

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Easter Egg Activity - Free Printable Activity For Kids

Last year I created these little egg people outfits as a printable activity for Easter, and this year, I am re-releasing it with a few changes. I know some people made these last year, but it will be new to a lot of people too. I've changed the colour and textures of the outfit, and I've added to the accessories, which now include rabbit ears and extra flowers. My oldest loved it last year and I'm hoping my youngest can join in this year in creating our little egg display.  I have one sheet with full colour items, for younger children or for...

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What does Fine Art Paper / Archival Print / Fine Art Print Paper actually mean?

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What does Fine Art Paper / Archival Print / Fine Art Print Paper actually mean?

The term 'Fine Art Print', or 'Archival Print' can mean many things, and especially when you're looking for wall prints online, it's hard to grasp the exact colour, texture and quality of the print when you can't touch it, or look at it closely. While I try to show accurate images for my products, I still thought I would start a blog series on the materials and processes I use to give you an insight into what to expect in quality when you order one of my prints or charts. As the tag line 'Fine [Ch]art Prints' suggests, all of my wall charts are printed...

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Free printable: pop-up cactus garden postcard

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Free printable: pop-up cactus garden postcard

I have a free printable project for you, a sweet little pop-up postcard you can send to friends or family. I have had a lifelong obsession with cacti, I think it began with this book, a favourite of my childhood. So I plan on sitting this next to my computer, having had no luck at all with real-life indoor plants! I haven't added anything extra in this tutorial, apart from cutting out the cacti. But I would love to add some tissue paper flowers, or washi tape to decorate the pots. Download the file here, and have fun!

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