I have a great project to share with you today using my new Canon PIXMA MG7120 printer, and some reclaimed scrap lumber pieces.
I printed these on my new wireless Canon PIXMA MG7120.
What you’ll need:
- Canon PIXMA MG7120
- PIXMA Cloud APP
- Scrap Luan (thin plywood)
- Rustic reclaimed wood (I used old fence boards)
- Wood Glue
- Tape Measure
I trimmed my printable to fit my board, and spread some wood glue onto my reclaimed wood frame pieces, and placed it right on the edge of my plywood. I didn’t glue the paper to the plywood because I didn’t want any wrinkles.
I used several clamps to hold the frame pieces in place till the wood glue set up.
In this picture, I have it displayed on a rustic easel I made out of the some other small pieces of reclaimed fence.
I made one for Thanksgiving and one for Christmas.
I’ll be showing it off on my Piano Front that hangs in my kitchen.
I am really loving my new #CanonPIXMA printer! I love great chalkboards, but we all know I could never write so pretty on a chalkboard, so this faux chalkboard is the next best thing!
See other great chalkboard ideas here:
This post is sponsored by Canon USA and Burst Media. They sent me this printer to review. All thoughts, opinions, and projects are my own.