3-D Picture Frame – Part IV
April 20th, 2018
The final steps in completing our 3-D picture frame using cabinet grade and RevolutionPly® plywood are assembling the painted components and adding our photographs.
The small square piece of wood that was already attached to the backside of the top component (in Part II), is now attached to the bottom component using heavy duty staples or small finishing nails to complete the frame assembly. This piece of wood provides space between the two components to promote the 3-D look by making the top component appear to be floating over the bottom.
Next, two swivel fasteners are attached on each photo opening to hold the acrylic and backing in place over the photo. Our 3-D frame is now ready for a wire hanger attachment and to be displayed on the wall.
See the pictures below of the final steps and of the completed cabinet grade and RevolutionPly® plywood 3-D picture frame project.
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