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This is a frame adapted from a way more professional looking frame I found here. Its a great website and super fun to use. Materials needed for this ...
First, I cut my cardboard box up and cut it down to the size I wanted it. Ideally I would have found a piece that was long enough, ...
Once they're cut to size, tape them together and paint them black (or whatever color you had in mind, the possibilities are endless).
Then comes the measuring. Or more at least. I measured a ton to get my little photos in the right place. And, in fact, made little pencil marks ...
This actually proved to be one of the more difficult things of this project. But maybe you are more apt. I wanted this to be larger than the ...
Using the razor blade, I poked a small hole where I wanted the brads to go, just so they didn't have to do all the work. They aren't ...
The greatest thing about this little frame is that it is so light. I just put it in my kitchen with sticky tack. Awesome. Looks pretty good, right?
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