Thursday, February 27, 2014

Tiny Picture Frame Greenhouse

After seeing this Picture Frame Greenhouse project the other day, I felt like I had to give it a try. I wasn't in the mood for drilling and hammering, so I decided to give it quick shot with just Krazy glue. I will say that a light sand on all edges will help here. In the end it isn't the sturdiest of little greenhouses but it's held together and I quite like it!























You will need:
-6 small picture frames with glass (no backs needed)
-light sand paper
-krazy glue or other strong, quick-drying glue

First I gave all of my touching edges a light sand. Then I glued the glass into each frame to keep it in place. When they were dry, I attached my four "sides" together by placing my frames horizontally and krazy-gluing them together. I then made my "roof" by gluing the last two frames together on an angle (this was the trickiest part I had to wait until the glue was totally dry before letting go). I added a small decorative element to the front which also helped keep the roof stable. I did not attach the roof to the base, I simply set it on top which works fine for me. I wanted to be able to lift it off to get to my little plant.
What sort of things have inspired you lately? Have you tried any fun projects?

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7 comments:

  1. Dark wood frames would be really pretty as well. Your little white one reminds me of a snug little cottage!

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  2. What a cute little greenhouse! Such a clever idea :) Lately I've been inspired by different washi tape projects - there's just so much one can to with washi tape ;) So I tried this washi tape honeycomb wall, which I think turned out quite good. You can have a look here, if you'd like :)

    xo
    Camilla
    kapteinmoe.blogspot.com

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