Happy Thursday! Today, I'm sharing a free printable panda print I made for my boys. I'm also going to show you the easiest way to "frame" a print. We've always had some panda in the boys room. Do you remember their vintage Toronto Zoo poster? Hopefully, I'm not going overboard with the Panda by adding another! I've had the idea for this panda art in my head ever since I saw the animal hooks by Ferm Living. I thought the simple panda face could be made into a print. My print is really simple using circles (full, half and quarter) as well as ovals. The mouth is a little imperfect on purpose (I tried to make it look a little freehand). You could easily cut these shapes out and make it into a gluing craft with your kids. I really like how minimal the print is and the black and white is perfect for my boys' room.
Here's the panda printable I created (you can download for free below).
To frame the print I simply mounted it to the back of a wooden puzzle/magnetic board with washi tape. We had lost the pieces to this puzzle in a move so it was the perfect piece to repurpose. So there you go: The easiest way to "frame" a print. ;)
Please click on the image below to download the print (8" x 10"). The print is available for personal use only, please. (I did something a little different in that you will need to like Nalle's House on Facebook to access the free download. Also, if you are not on Facebook just leave a comment with your email or email me directly (anuatnalleshousedotcom) and I will send you the link to the download. I really appreciate your support of my blog!)