How to make a photo holder with a fork

Instant cameras are no longer a thing of the past! These cool cameras have become popular again, and displaying these instant, retro-looking photos is a great way to dress up any space. Unfortunately, these photos don't often fit in typical photo frames.
That's where this DIY comes in. By using only two items, you can create a chic way to show off your favorite photos. If you don't have an instant camera, this DIY works just as well for normal-sized photos. Since this DIY is so simple, you have no excuse to not try it out today!
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Materials
- Fork
- Needle-nosed pliers
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Instructions
1. Bend the outer tines of the fork forward using needle-nosed pliers.
2. Mold the handle of the fork using your hands until it becomes straighter.
3. Bend the inner tines of the fork backward using needle-nosed pliers.
4. Stand the fork upright and place a photo into the fork tines.
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