How to Make a DIY Poster Holder

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Supplies: four 1½ x 24" poplar sticks (purchased at Lowe's); 2 sets of nickel 1¼" magnets; twine; fast drying all purpose multi surface glue.  

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Steps 1 and 2: separate pairs of magnets and mark one side of each pair to keep track of magnetism (either attracting or repelling side). 

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Steps 3 and 4: mark distance between magnets and glue opposing magnets to poplar sticks using multi purpose fast drying glue. Double up twine and glue each end to top piece of poster holder.

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Once glue is dry, secure 24x36" poster with magnetic top and bottom pieces and display!

Alternative looks: paint or stain poplar sticks to match your poster art, or choose different color or style of string or twine. 

Poster Shown: Our Lone Surfer print. See our Where to Print page for locations for printing 24x36" artwork.  Shown below: Big Island Walk print with poster hanger in dark stain. 

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