How to make a twig photo frame

Photos are an easy way to make any room look personal and homey. Whether they serve as a conversation piece or just make you happy to look at them, photos showcase the things in life you love most.
Instead of displaying photos in boring or outdated photo frames, check out the instructions and video to see how you can use twigs to revamp an existing photo frame. With this simple project, a favorite photo can be displayed in a delightful, nature-inspired frame in no time.
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Materials
- Twigs
- Paint palette
- Metallic acrylic paint
- Small paintbrush
- Photo frame
- Garden pruners
- Hot glue gun
- Faux flowers
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Instructions
1. Paint all the twigs with metallic acrylic paint. Allow the paint to dry.
2. Lay twigs onto the photo frame to check the sizing needed for each twig. Cut off any part of the twig that hangs over the edge of the frame.
3. Place a strip of hot glue onto the frame and press a premeasured twigs into the glue.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the entire frame is covered in twigs.
5. Cut down the stem on the faux flowers.
6. Add hot glue to the bottom corner of the frame and press the faux flowers into the glue.
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7. Let the glue dry before inserting a photo into the frame.
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