Introduction: Playbill Display!
Just a quick and easy way to display playbills - or anything you wanted!
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Step 1: Supplies
1 - 36" x 11.75" poster frame (the one where you pull apart the sides - I got mine from A.C. Moore, but the photo attached is from amazon)
2 - wrapping paper (I bought all different colors from the dollar store)
3 - things you want to display (I used playbills - at most I could fit six into one frame)
4 - scissors
5 - Scotch tape
6 - Double-sided tape (I used a scrap-booking dispenser thing - again, got it from A.C. Moore - you could also use glue dots, etc.)
Step 2: Open Up the Frame
Pull all four black sides off the frame to open
take out the display paper
Clean off the clear "glass" of the frame
Step 3: Create the Background
Using the wrapping paper, wrap the backing of the frame just like a present but only the front!
Make sure to leave the hanging tabs open on the back or you won't be able to hang it!
Step 4: Arrange the Display
Once you've created the background, flip the board around and arrange your display
If you're a little obsessive, like me, you could use a ruler to make sure everything is even.
Use the double sided tape (or glue dots) to keep the display in place
Step 5: Put the Frame Back Together
Arrange the "glass" front of the frame and put the back sides back on
Step 6: Admire Your Handiwork!
Congrats! You're done!