Make Your Own Fun Frames!

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Williamson Pub., 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
- Learn the tricks and tips of professional framing from composition to cropping, matting, and display.
- Follow your muse as you make fab frames using foam core, pressed aluminum, fabric, beads, bark, twigs, shells, sea glass, feathers, clay, buttons, and more.
- Hang it up, let it stand, or make it stick! Pick what works best for you. Then, "Frame it!"

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Frame It Yourself
Quick Starts Frames
The Frame Gallery

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About the author (2001)

Matt Phillips has been doodling since he could hold his dad's fountain pen without poking himself. He's been happily drawing ever since. Sometimes he stops to play the mandolin or banjo or squeak away on the fiddle. His doodles can be found in books, magazines, malls, greeting cards, websites, advertisements, and little wadded up piles all around his drawing table. He lives and works in White, Georgia.

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