Fish photo frame with a Rustic feel
you will Need a great gift for dad? Create a DIY-fish-photo-frame with a subject that he’ll love – Walter, this is made with rustic fishing graphics!
We are so close to the father’s Day – you still have nothing? I don't know, I also. In General, hand-crafted parts can be difficult to pull together at the last minute.
unless you are doing something wonderful, like this fish-photo-frame, Walter. A frame is a great gift for dad – it’s fast, and you can picture each, that daddy loves you.
he Is a geek? How about a Star Wars frame? Then, if he doesn’t like it, you can send it to me. Ha! You know how Walter made this fishing-themed frame below.
I love nautical themed items, maybe it's because I live in Rhode Island (also known as the " Ocean State). I recently bought this really nice – but I – frame and decided to go for a nautical makeover.
It was basically a long piece of wood with a small window. But of course, I saw the potential in this context would like to have, with a little help from my good ole pal: MOD-SMORGASBORD.
I just love it, my relationship with Mod conglomeration, it’s always there when I need it . . . and once again I am left satisfied. Haha!
I bought this fish photo frame with a rectangular store, framework. Then I created an image with copyright-free images with Photoshop. Don’t fret if you don’t have these skills.
Select an image from the internet, and then try to adjusts the zoom to your requirements. You can also layer graphics – for example, a fish on top of the background of the scrapbook paper.
fish picture frame
Collect These Supplies
Mod hodgepodge GlossMod hodgepodge toolsBrushX-Acto knife pencil
Remove the metal circle rim (or back) of your frame; me o
just came, Cut the picture to the framework with your Mod collection and tool. Let it dry for 15 – 20 minutes before applying a top coat. TIP: one Of my all-time favorite tools is a plastic-cookie-dough-scraper.
let it Dry and then cut a slit for the opening with an X-Acto knife.
Sand file the edges with a high quality brand. You wipe the dust and stains with FolkArt stain. I love this stuff! Just follow the instructions on the bottle.
Paste it back, the metal edge again (or put the pad, depending on the type of frame you have). Seal with Polycrylic and your project is finished!
Dad’s love the fish photo-frame, don’t you think?
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For another father’s day gift idea, I love this project from my friend Amanda:
Dad rocks paperweight