Free download: NZ Life & Leisure’s Meri Kirihimete Christmas artwork


 

We’ve created a downloadable version of the ‘Meri Kirihimete’  artwork on the cover of the November/December issue of NZ Life & Leisure for you to enjoy at home. This can be printed onto a canvas at a print store.

Meri Kirihimete to all our wonderful readers

It is exciting to be receiving so much feedback on our current cover (NZ Life & Leisure Issue 82, November-December, 2018) our Merry Christmas and Joyous New Year wishes to all
We’ve been overwhelmed with requests about where to buy the ‘Meri Kirihimete’ painting.

This artwork was created especially for our cover, however, since so many of you want it, we’ve recreated it so you can share it in your home.

 

Download the rectangular Meri Kirihimete (Merry Christmas in Te Reo) sign here

Our art director Yolanta says it can be printed onto canvas and stretched over a frame.

To print onto canvas:

Simply download the jpeg file  and save it onto a USB key or device (right click to save)

Take the USB key or device to a Warehouse Stationery or printing store and ask for it to be printed on canvas.

This sign is designed to fit a standard Warehouse Stationery printed canvas size of 20cm x 30cm 12”x 8” canvas.

Ask for the sides of the canvas to continue with a red border – or so the red border wraps around the canvas.

To print onto  faux canvas (plastic):

Download the square jpeg file and save it onto a USB key  (right click to save)

Take the USB key or device to a Warehouse Stationery or printing store and ask for it to be printed on canvas.

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This sign is designed to fit a standard Warehouse Stationery printed canvas size of 30cm x 30cm 12”x 12” canvas.

Ask for the sides of the canvas to continue with a red border – or so the red border wraps around the canvas.

To print on a home printer

We recommend downloading this pdf and opening the file in  the Acrobat PDF Reader programme.  Print in colour and cut to the edge of the red border using a scalpel and ruler, or carefully using scissors.

 

Ngā mihi o te Kirihimete me te Tau Hou

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