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Film strip picture frame

My version of a film strip picture frame… I saw this somewhere on the internet and will go great with this year haunt house….i am not the original designer of this only saw a picture and decided to do one for me… so here goes…

Everything I used I found at work, so here’s what I used…
¾ plywood
¼ paneling
1 can of rustoleum 2x matte black from walmart
Mod podge
Black acrylic paint from hobby lobby
White acrylic paint from hobby lobby

I cut the plywood to 35” wide x 10” height
I then cutted the ¼ paneling into 1” strips and cutted each one into 1 7/8” long
I cutted 3 pcs … 6 ¾” height x 10” wide and glued each on to the plywood
Now I spaced the ends 1” on each side to glue the picture boards to the plywood and 1 ½” in the middle of each one..
From the top and bottom of the picture section, I spaced it only a ¼” inch
Like I said I glued it all and then decided to pin nail it to the plywood, covered any nail hole with putty and then painted it all black….
I was going to sand it on top of the paneling but I never could find my sander so I decided to use my wifey acrylic paints to paint the small paneling squares…
It took me longer to find the pictures that I wanted use, edited it on photoshop, and took me forever to get my printers to work to get the copies made….
One I did get them to work, I mod podge each one to the picture boards and mod podge on top of each picture once I glued it all….
Here’s the finished product… hopefully I did this tutorial rite jajaja…. saludos y hasta luego

His name is Roger Clyne
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