Last week I bought this vintage camomile chart. As I don't want to put it behind glass I had to come up with an easy wood hanger system so that the poster didn't loose it's age, glass makes it's so modern.
How I did it:
I've used 2 cm x 0,6 cm rods that were lying around in the basement.
Measures the poster width and make 4 lengths of wood, two for the top and two for the bottom. Clip the nails so that they are approximately 1,2 cm long.
Turn the poster and use a small piece of scotch tape to attach the poster to the wood.
Measures how long you wish the cord to be. Tie a knot on the bottom bits on both sides.
Make sure you use the exact same distance left and right for the placement of your cord. If you don't do this your poster will never be centred. I've used a distance of 8 cm on both sides.
Place the other bit of wood on top and hammer the first nail exactly in the middle of the cord. Repeat this on the other side and hammer another nail in the centre of the wood.
That's it, repeat these steps for the bottom bit of the poster without the cord.
Makes a perfect Sunday afternoon project. Happy Sunday x