How To Mount Your Own Art

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Learn how mount your own prints. This listing is for my tutorial titled “Mounting Prints on Art Blocks”.

This 24 page tutorial contains illustrations with full color photos and step by step instructions on how mount your own prints on Art Blocks. Instructions include photos of the steps, products and tools. There are three pages listing supplies and resources.

Learn the tricks and tips. For example; learn how to apply a luscious, thick UVL protective topcoat, impasto style. An awesome but little-known alternative method is named with related resources. (The alternative method is not my invention so that author's book and supplies are available online for purchase if you are interested.)

Tutorial will automatically be sent to you once payment is made. You can “print” the tutorial from your new file and “save” the file for future use.

PLEASE NOTE: These instructions are for a high-quality creative product. This is NOT for someone looking for a simple and quick method to create just 2 or 3 blocks. Mounting your prints may take a little practice and there may be goof-ups. This procedure requires an investment of your time and money. I use a number products and tools which will need to be purchased.

Instructions are based on my research and experience. I cannot offer guarantees for your work. There are no refunds for the purchase of this procedure. I welcome your questions before purchasing.

INTERNATIONAL NOTE: Not recommended for International customers. Supplies required may not be available to international customers.

This tutorial is copyright protected. Please enjoy and respect. Thank you for looking!

    Average review
    Great tutorial! Just what I needed to get on my way with this project...I know I would have figured it out on my own, but I think my $5 was very well spent to know the tricks and pitfalls.
    Jan 3, 2014 by Cindy Wortman-Ziel
    GREAT ITEM THANK YOU! Fast download.
    Dec 26, 2013 by PAM
    Great information!
    Jul 8, 2013 by A fellow maker
    Jan 28, 2012 by A fellow maker
    Thank you. Anxious to try this:)
    Dec 13, 2011 by A fellow maker

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