So, I stole it.
The idea, that is.
First, I started with a bunch of frames that I picked up at Goodwill and the Dollar Store. The big one I totally scored at Goodwill when it was "The color of the Day" so it only cost me 4 bucks. My kind of deal.
I whipped out my can of American Accents Canyon Black and sprayed all the frames. I say "I" but what I really mean is "Corey". Because he doesn't think I can spray paint the correct way. sigh...
I took the back out and cut out a piece of drop cloth (from Lowe's) to fit. I then took my spray-on glue adhesive and glued it on.
I discovered that standing between what I am photographing and the light source will make a
Just passin on what I learned, that's all...
I turned it over and hot glued the edges down.
Next, I put the canvas covered backing into the frame and put pieces of foam board (from Dollar Store) in behind it to make it sturdier.
Then, I pushed on the frame, cracking it. At that point, I had to ask Corey for help in putting it back together.
That step is totally optional. You might want to skip it actually.
I'm just sayin...
Next glue on the frames and whatever you want to use to hang the pictures with . I went with really strong magnets which were kinda pricey (from Staples) but you can use cheaper hooks or close pins if you desire.
I also added a fleur that I cut out on my Cricut. I love me some fleurs.