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Acrylic Block Photo Frame
- Used with un-mounted or clear stamps to maximise ease of use. Also allow you to see exactly where you are stamping for ease of positioning.
- A frame specifically designed for standard sized photographs, often with an easel backing.
- A picture frame is a container for a picture, such as a painting or photograph, intended to enhance it, make it easier to display, or protect it.
- Freckles photo frames are freestanding and made from padded applique fabric. Each is designed to coordinate with a different bedding theme and fit a 10 x 15cm (4 x 6”) photo or picture.
acrylic block photo frame - The Original
The Original Magnet Frame by CANETTI-Clear 8 x 10 inches
The Original Magnet Frame-Thick-8 by 10 inches, by Canetti, is made of two thick panels of clear, solid acrylic which are held together by tiny magnet points. The picture is very easily placed between the two panels and is held securely with no additional hardware. Presented this way, the picture stands out clearly on its own, without any cumbersome frame around it. This frame can hold two pictures back-to-back. Pictures can be displayed either vertically or horizontally. It can hold an 8 x 10 inch picture or a smaller one can be floated inside the frame.
oh john mayer
The story behind my layout.... I'm in the John Mayer fanclub and I scored *sweet* third row seats to the show in Boston. My friends and I made a sign that on one side said "Yo yo John Mayer!" and on the other side said "Read our sign!" Sure enough, he did. "Yo yo?" he asked. He pretty much told us that having low aspirations was the way to go, because then you'll never get let down in life. Thanks John Mayer for telling us to be underachievers. Here's my ribbon-tastic layout. The picture is a little dark ... but there's no sign of sun today so I'm just gonna have to go with it :) The background is Bazzill covered with strips of ribbon, with the teal cardstock peeking through between each. I mounted the photo on a chipboard frame I hand cut, and then framed it with black ricrac. The "Oh John Mayer" title is an inside joke (come on, he TOTALLY makes an o-face when he sings :) A million glue dots and who knows how much ribbon later ... we have my title. The little acrylic journaling block on the lower left is painted on the back and then I punched holes in the corners and tied twine to make a border. (The twine is actually behind the frame, just the knots are on the front side). Add a little bling, and some more yummy photos of my boyfriend, uh, I mean JM, and that's it!
This tag will be tied to a jar of granola that I will be giving this Christmas. The tag was made from a coffee sleeve (I have zillions of them!) It can be opened and that's where I'll put a list of ingredients (in case someone needs to know :) ) For the inking on the die cut frame I applied vintage photo distress ink directly to an acrylic block then applied it to the paper, love this technique! The holly leaves were stamped with pine needles distress ink then I rubbed the ink onto the leaves too. The edges of the tag are also inked up with some vintage photo.
acrylic block photo frame
The Ice photo frame from Umbra holds three 2.5 x 2.5 photos that reflect from different angles producing a futuristic effect. The clear glass cube sits in a stainless steel holder so it is very clean and modern. Stack the cubes up or place one strategically in your room of choice. Umbra is the worldwide leader in casual, contemporary and affordable design for the home.
Add a whole new dimension to a photo display with Umbra's Ice cube frame. More tactile than a wall frame or album, this clever cube holds three 2-1/2-inch-by-2-1/2-inch pictures on a three-sided, stainless-steel plate that then fits onto a block of transparent acrylic. The photos reflect out from the remaining sides and all kinds of tilted angles in interesting ways, overlapping, layering, and creating various visual combinations. It's a whole new viewing perspective! Designed by Tom Vincent, this durable piece can also take lots of handling. --Kara Karll