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Not many folks can pull off sunglasses indoors but we think your photos have what it takes.
Upcycle your old shades to create a totally stylin photo frame just in time for summer.
Any frames will do – in fact, the kookier the better.
Ready for some fun in the sun(glasses)? Come bright this way!
WHY IT’S COOL
Never feel bad about broken or outdated sunglasses again. These frames are perfect for summer and give your photos a totally unique look.
STEP 1: Trace
STEP 2: Cut Out
If they don’t, adjust your template. If they do, you may proceed to step 3.
STEP 3: Now With Your Photo
STEP 4: Frame
The sunglasses should already have a slot (where the lenses went) for your photo to sit, but if you are struggling to get it sitting neat and flat, dab a bit of craft glue on the inside of the frame and secure any spots that aren’t quite fitting right.
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Published on May 29, 2014 — See more DIY
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