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Photo Frames
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Display your pictures with your favourite babies. Instructions require Adobe Acrobat Reader. (get it here) The file may take a few minutes to fully load, depending on the speed of your Internet connection.

You will need:
Rugrats photo frame template
a4 sized thin card
glue or sticky tape
crayons or colored markers

Print off the frame by using the print icon. You can find this on the toolbar or go to ‘File’ and then ‘Print’

Stick the frame template to a piece of thin card and cut around the dotted lines. Young children should be supervised when using scissors.

Place the shape you have just cut out onto another piece of thin card and use a pencil to draw around it. It should be 1-2cm bigger than the cut out piece on all sides. Cut this shape out as well. This will make the back of your frame.

Colour the picture frame in. Place your photo onto the frame and glue the back on to hold it in place.

To make a stand for your frame:
Cut a piece of sturdy card that is about 3/4 of the length of the frame.

Mark out a strip at one end that is about 2cm thick and bend along this line. Then tape or glue the strip to the back of the frame, in the center. If it is too long you can cut off the excess.

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All crafts provided here are provided free of charge and should be used as such and not redistributed without my permission and should in no way be used for profit.