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Getting a Picture-Perfect Poster

Our creative director Ali Zeigler designed the "Life happens on the weekend" poster that comes in our collector's set. The poster is a watercolor painting with hand-sketched type. Because it's printed on delicate tissue paper, it looks especially nice hanging from a clothesline or on an old-fashioned pants hanger in front of a window where it can catch a lot of light. We framed ours using a readymade frame like the one here.  

The poster arrives folded inside the first page of the almanac, much like a library card (remember those?). We like the lines, but not everyone does. To get a smooth, flat poster, simply set a clothing iron on its lowest heat, and gently(!) work the iron over the backside of the paper. In a minute, you'll have a picture-perfect poster that's ready to display.