Make a picture frame out of duct tape!
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Step 1: Step One
Make two double-sided strips that are each 3-3/4 inches long:
· Cut a strip of duct tape to the recommended length for the project.
· Lay it sticky side up on your work surface.
· Cut another strip of the same length. Place it sticky side down, directly on the first strip, matching up all edges.
Step 2: Step Two
Make two double-sided strips that are each 9-1/2 inches long.
Step 3: Step 3
Form the picture frame with the strips by placing the short pieces in between the long side pieces.
Step 4: Step 4
Cut four 1-inch long strips. Use them to tape the frame together where the long and short pieces meet.
Step 5: Step 5
Flip the picture frame over. Cut two strips of duct tape, each 9 inches long.
Step 6: Step 6
Place one strip directly over the short side of the frame. Fold extra tape onto the back.
Step 7: Step 7
Repeat Step 6 on the opposite short side.
Step 8: Step 8
Flip the picture frame over. Center the picture, face down, over the frame’s window. Cut two 9-inch strips. Use them to tape the picture onto the frame on the long sides.
Step 9: Extra Step (optional)
Attach a string to the back for a hanging picture Make a standing picture frame by taping a piece of cardboard onto the back;
Create a puzzle for your best friend using school photos.
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