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    DIY: Dress up a cheap frame by decorating is with glue, let it dry, and then paint over it with one solid color and it looks like a specialty carved frame!

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    • Shana gayle

      Dress up a cheap frame by decorating is with glue, let it dry, and then paint over it with one solid color and it looks like a specialty carved frame! - Diy picture frames

    • Danielle Francese

      @carikesten: next DIY project....... Dress up a cheap frame by decorating is with glue, let it dry, and then paint over it with one solid color and it looks like a specialty carved frame

    • Michelle Vilniskaitis

      1. Buy a cheap frame, 2. Decorate frame with glue, 3. let it dry, 4. paint over it with one solid color ... then voila! A chic and unique frame!

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