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#421166 06/03/2021 6:41 PM
by Lizzy VH
Lizzy VH
Hi smile

I'm Lizzy, I'm new here. Recent-ish convert, though because of Covid have yet to go to church smirk

I was wondering how I could mount a lithographed icon print? A frame seems... odd, kinda like treating it as just some random piece of art. I'm worried though, about damaging them if I just use like, an adhesive or something.

Thanks smile ,


(sidenote, how can i prevent text emoticons from becoming little pictures?)
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#421650 Oct 12th a 12:35 AM
by theophan

My search for alternative methods is born of sheer laziness, I will admit freely. I am an impatient sort when it comes to multiple steps of the sort of those who did original decoupage. I can get two or three coats of varnish on a floor or in restoring a piece of furniture. But 20 to 22 is far beyond my limit.

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