Creating a stunning picture frame




A plain picture frame which needs more 'personality' to bring out the best of a favourite holiday photograph.







Our picture frame is in need to a 'make-over'.







With Araldite® Crystal and Araldite® Super Glue, some glass beads and matching sequins, here's how to create a unique frame that really works for the picture.





First measure and mark the position for all the beads you want to use.






This makes sure the beads are evenly spaced.





Araldite® Crystal dries glass-clear so is ideal for this job. The eco-pack features a convenient slip-out blister and contains a plastic mixing and application spatula.





Dispense equal amounts of the two parts






and mix thoroughly.






Apply Araldite® Crystal to each bead and apply in turn






With five minutes working time we easily applied ten beads.






We then used Araldite® Super Glue with its precise applicator to apply a tiny amount to the sequins.






And positioned them with the aid of ordinary domestic tweezers






building up an attractive and interesting contrast between the regular spacing of the beads and a more random arrangement of the sequins





giving a beautiful result which really picks up the colour tones of the photograph











Please note that the information and suggested application uses on this website are published for general information purposes only.  We do not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability or accuracy of this information.  Any action that you take based on the information on this website is at your own risk. We will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our products.

While ARALDITE RAPID does not contain any highly toxic components, it also does not meet the very strict standards required in order to be considered an acceptable food contact material in the EU. Thus we cannot support using a mug glued with ARALDITE RAPID.  

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