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- assorted frames
- paint & brushes (optional – My frames were already pretty beachy so I left them as is.)
- spray adhesive
- shellsDirections*If you’re going to paint your frames, go ahead and do that first.Remove backing and glass from your frame.Lay your backing onto the burlap and trace around the backing. Then cut burlap. I cut mine a little larger than the size I needed, just in case I made some sort of mistake (I usually always make mistakes).Spray backing with a light coat of spray adhesive and smooth the burlap onto the backing. Any creases or wrinkles in your burlap will be smoothed out at this time.Let the adhesive set about 10 or 15 minutes, and then trim away any excess burlap.Put backing back into frame (without the glass).Now it’s time for the fun part! Lay your frames flat and play around with different shell arrangements until you find the ones you like.
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