How to make a wooden photo holder

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Photos make a home even friendlier. We have hundreds of them on our phones and cameras, but making prints and putting them up in the home is much nicer, of course. Follow these steps to decorate your home with photos without having to drill holes in your walls.
  1. Step 1: Saw the MDF to size (a polaroid measures 9x10cm). Sand it gently and paint the edges and one of the sides white. Leave it to dry.
  2. Step 2: Set your circular saw to a 15º angle. Put the parallel guide on the lowest setting with the saw blade around the middle of the beam. Set the depth of the saw to 2cm.

  3. Step 3: Saw the groove along the whole beam.
  4. Step 4: Mark off 8cm-wide blocks on the beam for polaroids or wider for bigger photos. Now saw them off.
  5. Step 5: Sand the edges of the blocks to make them smooth.
  6. Step 6: Glue the photos to the unpainted side of the MDF and place in the blocks.
  7. Tip

    For variation, you can glue a photo on each side.


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