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  • Heather White

    Glue two frames together for a chunkier look. I've done this with a 4x6 glued to an 8x10. Leave the back off the large frame to access the picture, spray paint the frames to give a solid look. This makes small thrift store finds so much more substantial. Great idea.

  • JoAnn DeNitto

    2 picture frames glued together to make a chuncky frame

  • Kelly Cooper

    DIY-Glue two dollar store frames together for a Chic chunkier look... Good way to compile my many cheap frames or even the broken ones!

  • Angela Barnhill

    DIY PICTURE FRAME!- Glue two dollar store frames together for a chunkier look!

  • Jennifer Deever

    glue two picture frames together to make one chunky frame...duh, great idea

  • Sherry Reid

    DIY-Glue two dollar store frames together for a Chic chunkier look. Lots of examples of how she's updated frames around her house instead of buying new ones. @Megan Ward McNeil I think this should be top on our list of crafts for the next visit :)

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