This inexpensive and interesting way to display your favourite pictures will look great in the hallway, study or bedroom.
STEP ONE Place the branch on a large work surface.
Position pictures or photographs underneath the branch in your preferred arrangement. Punch single holes in top and bottom of each picture.
STEP TWO Tie a piece of string to the branch. Tie the other end to the top of the first picture.
Trim any long loose ends.
STEP THREE Use another piece of string to connect the bottom of the first picture to the top of the picture positioned below it. Continue with more string to connect all pictures.
STEP FOUR Tie a longer piece of string to either end of the branch, to use for hanging on the wall. Trim long loose ends.
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Skate Co. FOR PROJECT
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Colour up Keep the cork natural or transform with spray-paint.