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    Mounting Art Work

    I make mosaics using either acrylics or colored pencils on paper. I have now run into the problem of mounting the finished pieces. Since all of my pieces are large usually made of up of smaller panels I would prefer there to be no border. What wold be the best way to go about this? Could I glue the paper onto some type of wood panel and then varnish the work?
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    You can. However, it is smarter to do this before making the picture.
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