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17 February 2003 0811 GMT
Make a picture frame
Pic:  Home made picture frame.
Make a picture frame for your favourite photo

Nothing to do this half-term?

Then how about making this picture frame?
It's cheap - and it's fun!

Jo Birks shows you how in our demonstration.


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Make a picture frame - watch the demonstration.
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SEE ALSO
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FACTSHEETS
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All you need to make this shiny gold picture frame is some strong cardboard, pasta shapes, gold spray paint, a ruler, a pair of scissors and a pencil.

Watch and listen to our demonstration to see just how easy and fun it is.


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To launch the picture frame demonstration in a separate window, click here.

There is also an illustrated factsheet to download and print off. Download fact sheet PDF format.

 

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