I bought this frame at Goodwill for $7.98. At the time I didn't have a specific project in mind, I just liked the color and how big it was (24 x 27 inches). Generally big frames can be quite expensive.
stole borrowed the silk scarf and ironed it - spritzing it with water to help get the wrinkles out.
Then I disassembled the frame.
I stretched the scarf around the frames cardboard insert using blue painters tape.
A little trick to make sure the scarf is taut and wrinkle-free (which I learned stretching my own painting canvases back in my art major days) is to alternate sides as you tape. For more about this, here is a good step-by-step tutorial for how to stretch a canvas.
Also, if you stretch the scarf when it's a little bit damp and then run a blowdryer across it once it's stretched, it will help ensure things are taught and wrinkle-free.
And, here it is hanging up.
It's in my bathroom, below a screen print of men in drag I got at a yard sale years ago.
Note, no silk scarves were harmed in the making of this post - and it's a good thing too, because as soon as my mom reads this post and realizes I
stole borrowed her silk scarf, she'll be coming for it.
Looking for a fun graphic scarf to frame yourself? Try searching for "Vera scarf"on ebay or Etsy - her scarves are inexpensive but great.