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2"x2" Memory Glass Frames

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Easy handmade ornaments and jewelry! Microscope slide projects are faster and easier with new memory glass frames! Just create your own 2" square double-sided collage with your favorite papers, small photos,...
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Easy handmade ornaments and jewelry! Microscope slide projects are faster and easier with new memory glass frames! Just create your own 2" square double-sided collage with your favorite papers, small photos, sentiments and flat embellishments, then slip it into the frame. Its easy: The frame opens at the top right corner, where youll see a small tab. Gently lift up the tab, then open the frame wide enough to place your microscope slide collage inside. Close the frame, replacing the tab through the slot at the top right. Burnish the tab down by rubbing it with a bone folder or the edge of your scissor handle.

Run a chain or ribbon length through the hole at the top of the frame to turn your latest creation into a stylish necklace, holiday ornament or unique, personalized gift tag! Three 2"x2" frames per pack.

Item #: 60202

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This size is too large for jewelry for me but it makes lovely Christmas ornaments! I made several for family members and received great reviews from all. They in turn can change out the theme if they wish to. It just keeps going on for years.
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Friday, April 12th @ 05:51 PM

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I ended up with a very nice Christmas ornament with the memory glass frame and glass inserts. I was concerned how to get the glass into the frame but it was not difficult at all. It gives a professional look to my ornament. I am very happy with this product.
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Monday, September 8th @ 06:10 AM

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Love all the memory frames products. They are very
heavy when finished. Perhaps they could make some
plastic to fit in the frames in place of the glass to make it lighter when used for jewelry or tree ornaments. Just a suggestion.
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Friday, September 5th @ 01:26 PM


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