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washable, no sew, fabric picture frame for a 5x7 inch photo

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Author KristieHubler
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Washable
NO SEWING REQUIRED
fabric picture frame for a 5x7" photo

Pocket in the front for the removable photo, and it's protective sleeve, a acid free sheet protector cut to the size of the photo

Removable easel back and strut leg mat board or cardboard that slides out of their easel back and strut leg pockets on the back of the frame

Ribbon to connect the bottom right of the strut leg pocket to the inside between the 2 layers that make the easel back panel

1/8" wide by 5 feet ribbon is thread through 7 holes on 3 inside panels, to connect these 3 panels, to make the photo pocket on the front

Key element that makes the frame structurally sturdy, and allows for the frame to stand on a table or shelf, with it's strut leg pitched out? Thermoweb Heat n Bond! I use their Ultrahold, which is acid free. Heat n Bond is used as the patterns. Print out the patterns and transfer onto Heat n Bond, sold by the 5 yard roll at Michaels, or increments at JoAnn Fabrics. It is a paper backed, iron on, fabric adhesive. It keeps all edges and corners of the frame nice and crisp, all 90 degree corners nice and right angled, and gives structure to the frame. hoann.com & thermowebonline.com offer a new Heat n Bond, called EZ Print, which has a 2 sided printable Heat n Bond Lite or Featherlite, 8 1/2" x 11", 10 sheets, for $7.99 or $8.99 (joann.com offered it for $3.99 on sale once!) - print the patterns directly onto EZ Print, trim, iron to the back of your fabric panels, trim corners & seam allowances, fold under inner and outer seam allowances, iron down.

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1 to 1-1/2 yard of fabric to make the 10 panel parts

1 1/3 yard of Thermoweb Heat n Bond Lite or Ultrahold (acid free and perfect for photo frames) - 5 yard roll at Michaels or michaels.com for $8.99 per roll, use a 40% or 50% off store coupon or sale to save - at joann.com in 1 yard packs, $1.99/yard at the cutting table at JoAnn Fabrics, before any sale or coupon

ribbon: 9" long by 1-1/2" wide, 5 feet long by 1/8" wide

mat board or cardboard: 14" x 9" - Michaels offers 20x30" board $5, JoAnn Fabric superstore offers 8x10" scraps $1 in their framing department

50 pack of acid free sheet protector pages - 1 for the protective photo sleeve, use 10 to transfer print out patterns onto with Sharpie Marker, bring clear pattern panels to fabric store to help determine how much fabric to buy, and layout of patterns

embroidery scissors to poke and cut out 7 holes on 3 inside panels, and 2 holes on both easel back panels

also fabric scissors and paper scissors
ruler, pen or pencil, Sharpie marker
utility knife to cut mat board (can use paper scissors)
iron

can use straight pins or safety pins for marking and paper trimmer to cut sheet protector photo sleeve - pins can mark on ribbon where should pitch out strut leg pocket

15 hot glue sticks and low temp glue gun

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