So when I was watching videos and getting distracted by a room in slight disarray, I thought about branding and how you could brand your background for almost FREE!
STEP 1: Open up your design software or if you don’t have one Canva (canva.com) is free.
STEP 2. Create document 36 x 30 (Staples is 24 x 36 and black and white only)
STEP 3. Navigate to your logo. (Black and white prints are half the cost)
*Tip: If you are placing on a background image you’ll want to use a .png logo (transparent background)
STEP 4. Design either a smattering of your logo (aka step and repeat) or upload a background image and place your logo in the corner.
STEP 5. Send to print at kinkos or staples. This print is considered an architectural print and runs around $10- $20 depending on black and white or color.
Here is a shot of how it is placed in my office. You would need to play with the distance between you and your computer.
Ta-da! You have pretty profesh background bargain basement pricing.
Need a jump start? Here are some template ideas you can create in canva. I will say less is more when it comes to these prints. I have not tried photographs so I can’t guarantee the quality these are meant to fulfill the needs of architectural renderings so patterns and textures of 1 -2 color will print better.
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