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  • BeadsbyLili
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    Its probably stating the obvious but how about buying MDF/plywood in the correct size & thickness and then wrapping some hessian over it and stapling it to the back... if you think the back then looks too untidy you could then glue over a square of card or nice thick brown paper (to keep the rustic look)...?

    Not sure if that helps at all !!

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  • Bowed Over
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    Hi Phil,

    Not too sure I'm afraid. You could try B&Q.

    HTH.

    Lisa

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  • phil
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    Textured wood boards/sheeting

    Hi all

    Can anyone help me. I want to produce a range of clocks for use on the wall. I want a backing sheet of about 12"x24" and about 1/4" thick (approx).

    I want the finsh to be textured perhaps in a hessian type finish but other finsihes may do. On top of the backing will be adhered 2 tiles or similar one with a clock and the other a picture. The backing will show around these 2 items which, hopefully, will complement the picture and clock.

    Anyone ideas, or can point me in the right direction.

    Thanks for reading

    Regards

    Phil
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