Step 1: You Will Need:
5cm wide 1cm thick... i used whitewood but whatever wood suits your preference
8 cm wide 1 cm thick pine (for the triangle corners)
Step 2: Measure Your Poster
Using a measuring tape measure the width and hight of your poster. Mark these measurements in on your wood
Step 3: Cut Your Wood
Using a mitre and a saw cut your wood at a 45degree angle
Step 4: Your Wood Should Look Like This
Step 5: Cutting the Triangles
For this step i first cut out a cardboard triangle and used it as a template to draw the triangles onto the wood before cutting them out with a jigsaw.
Once cut make sure to sand down all of the edges gently with some fine sandpaper.
Step 6: Assembly Pt.1
For this step make sure that the good side is face down.
Note: For the next three steps only do 1 corner at a time.
Now apply some wood glue to the back of the Triangles and to each of the corners. Put the Triangles underneeth the frame (So that they are facing the food side.
Step 7: Assembly Pt.2
Step 8: Assembly Pt.3
Step 9: Completion
After this you can use sandpaper or if you have one, a mouse to sand down any uneven corners or mistakes.
Step 10: The Finish
After leaving this to dry overnight i then applied two coats of clear varnish to give seal the wood and give it a nice finish.
Dont forget to do this on an appropriate surface so as not to damage nice furniture
Step 11: Attaching the Poster
Lay your frame upside down on a flat surface.
Cut out a Piece of cardboard the size of the frame
Using a Gluestick (or any other adhesive) stick your poster to the cardboard.
Now place the cardboard on the back of the frame and using a staple gun staple it to the frame.
Your poster frame is now complete! Its up to you where you want to hang it!