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Picture frame in white – decorated on the inside with motifs made from adhesive foils in Navy Blue or alternatively Royal Blue as well as High-Gloss Gold.

DIY decoration: your botanical picture gallery in blue and gold!

Project from Angelina -

How to decorate a home? It goes without saying: pictures with a personal touch. And how can we make pictures look particularly elegant? Quite simply: by ensuring the frame and the subject have a common denominator. Become an interior designer now and give your walls an impressive upgrade with our DIY picture frame. With our DIY, existing picture frames will be given a beautiful second chance at life. Here is the upcycling principle for the new picture gallery: You take several picture frames in the same color and create your own works of art with elegant leaves in uniform frames using the d-c-fix® Navy Blue and High-Gloss Gold adhesive foils. The overall impact of this ingenious interior design project is enormous – you will be amazed!

The best thing that can happen to picture frames!

You will need…

  • One roll of d-c-fix® Navy Blue
    Alternatively, a roll of d-c-fix® Royal Blue
  • One roll of d-c-fix® High-Gloss Gold
  • d-c-fix® tool kit with doctor blade and cutting knife
  • Measuring tape

  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Picture frames

Let’s go

Step 1

Disassemble the picture frame and place the insert on the rear wall to one side.

Step 2

Determine the dimensions of the rear wall insert and apply these to the backing paper of the adhesive foil in Navy Blue or alternatively Royal Blue.

Step 3

Cut out the piece of adhesive foil with a little overhang.

Step 4

Remove the backing paper from the d-c-fix® adhesive foil and use the doctor blade to remove it from the rear wall insert of the picture frame

Step 5

You can then cut off any excess adhesive foil along the edges using the cutting knife.

Step 6

Cut out large sheet shapes from the golden adhesive foil and glue them to the rear wall of the picture frame, which is already covered in Navy Blue / Royal Blue.

You’re done!

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