PHOTO LAD­DER

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Make a bright and per­son­alised fo­cal piece TAKES 2hrs COST £27

Wooden lad­der, £27, ebay old wooden picture frames Thin drill bit & drill Craft paints Paint­brush

Fine sand­pa­per String or twine

Lay the lad­der flat on the floor and fig­ure out which frames fit into each gap be­tween the rungs un­til you’re happy with the de­sign. Care­fully con­sider the colour scheme of the frames at this point, too, and make sure they’re evenly spaced. re­move the glass and back­board on each frame and drill two holes ap­prox­i­mately 3-4cm from the edges at the top. Paint each frame and leave to dry be­fore dis­tress­ing the paint­work slightly with fine sand­pa­per. Cut lengths of string or twine and push through the holes in each frame to then tie to the lad­der rungs to se­cure. in­sert pho­tos, art­work and prints be­fore care­fully re­plac­ing the glass in each frame. Hang on the rungs to dis­play.

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