Photo Frame



DIY photo frames (Learn how to make a photo frame) are fun to make and can be made using simple plywood edge reapers that are available in the local hardware store. While there are many designs available, one can also opt for various color finishes based on their choices and taste. 

 For these two frames, I used carved wooden reapers (sometimes used for plywood edge banding) for the frame face. I placed a 4mm glass plate cut to the required dimension on which the photo can be positioned. The rear of the frame was filled with a thin sheet of OST to secure the glass in place. Sanded,sealed and stained (walnut color) the frame to give it the desired finish.
make at home photo frame
Photo Frame Made at home
DIY Photo frame
DIY Photo frame
Some limitations though. The 45 degree diagonal cut is still not perfect due to use of hand tool. The 4mm glass adds quite some weight to the entire frame. My regular supplier didn't have anything lesser. So I still need to scout for the 3mm or 2mm glass plates for my next work. And guess, am still at least another 2 frames away from achieving that elusive perfect professional finish.

You can make these photo frames for your personal pictures as well as for your art work on canvas. Depending you whether you want it displayed on a table, or hung on a wall, you may want to use a stand or a clamp in the rear of the frame. Click here to learn how to make a photo frame at home

P.S. Just for the records, there was no specific reason for using a Katrina Kaif photo for the purpose of this post.
- Somu


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