Making Picture Frames
A jar lid, a foil pie plate, sticks and stones, and even powdered drink mix are just a few examples of inexpensive things that can be turned into unique picture frames. Photos, diagrams and step-by-step instructions make it easy! Some frames take just a few steps to complete; others are more involved and can be enhanced with greater detail. Kids can make frames to decorate their room, display a special photo, protect a favourite baseball card, mount a funky mirror and much more. Photos, diagrams and step-by-step instructions make it easy! Kids can create * TV set frames * family tree frames * multicoloured dough frames * fuzzy pipe cleaner frames * twig frames * chalkboard class picture frames
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2Decorate the frame 2Glue adult to cut Apply glue attach your photo basic frame bottom bristol board brushes cardboard and trace chalkboard clothespins cm 3A cm x 18 cm x 30 collage colors column construction paper corner corrugated cardboard dab of glue decorate your frame draw foil following the directions frame back frame base frame front frame opening glue dry hang your frame hole Insert your photo ITape layer Let it dry Let the glue light cardboard Linda Hendry masking tape medium-sized photo notches paintbrush papier-mache photo in place photo opening pie plate piece of acetate piece of bristol piece of cardboard piece of corrugated piece of light pipe cleaners place the frame ruler scissors or utility shape side small photo spacers spoonfuls sticks sticky tape straws Styrofoam Tape your photo thumbtacks tissue paper tree treetop utility knife vertical ribbon waxed paper white glue wrap the frame