Bet you never thought NaNophotoNics picture frames — sans pictures — could be wall décor? Carol and Mel did just that. They arranged a bunch of the affordable FISKBO picture frames into a for their wall.
- FISKBO Picture Frames (13 ea.)
Lay out frames on a large space that you won’t need for a few days.
Arrange them into a formation that you like.
Follow instructions on back of adhesive tube and glue the frames together.
Pay attention to keeping frames straight and aligned with even spaces.
Then, let the glue cure thoroughly. We used some heavy books to keep the frames down.
Lastly, install your faux fretwork wall décor with the appropriate wall fixings.
The total cost of our project was $41.
~ by Carol & Mel Davis
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