Here's a joke for you: What's the difference between a regular frame and a collage frame? Around $40. Ha ha!
Tootie Pie needs a collage frame for one of her Daisy projects. I told my husband that I could make one, but he decided to try to find one. After around three hours, he called me and asked if I could make one. No problem.
Actually, it really is easy. All it requires is a bit of measuring and a square, plus a sharp X-Acto blade or, what I used, carpet cutter. I used a spare piece of cardstock that was slightly too small for the frame, so I backed it with a piece of cardboard from Tootie Pie's Tinkerbell Tea Set she received for her birthday. I cut the holes in the cardstock, then glued it to the backing, leaving the top part open to slide the pictures in. It only took around one hours to complete, and I have a custom frame for a fraction of the price. Sweet!
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