Looking for new wall art ideas? This is a very easy a fun way for making a picture become your art decor.
What you will need:
Picture (will describe in step one)
card stock paper ( all one color or multi)
double sided tape
Permanent Marker (what I used) you can also use paint, oil crayons, colored pencils, charcoal or anything else to make it different.
STEP TWO: Flip your picture over and using your ruler and pencil draw squares 1 in x 1 in. Mine was a 4×6 picture so I ended up with 24 squares. Number your squares starting from top right (see above), once flipped over they will be in the correct order.
STEP FOUR: Measuring and cutting card stock. Measure 4 in x 4 in squares and cut out. However many squares your picture as will be how many card stock squares to cut. Since I was using different colored card stock I placed the squares out in the color order that I wanted and numbered the back to go with my picture numbers.
Once you move on to the square next to it, place the squares together to make sure the markings add up (see photo above). Continue on all squares.
STEP SIX: Taking your poster board and ruler, measure and mark the center of the board. From that center point measure and mark 1/8 in from the top, bottom and sides.
STEP EIGHT: Apply the other three squares the same way. ( See picture above) Once placed they should all be 1/4 in away from each other on all sides. Continue with rest of squares measuring 1/4 in between them. Erase any pencil marks.