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ayuda para hacer portaretratos 2/2/2007 1:19 PM (permalink)
amigas quiero hacer portaretratos para vender, alguien me podria decir de que material los puedo que no sea madera, tiene que ser algo duro para que quede firme me ayudan por favor>???

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    RE: ayuda para hacer portaretratos 2/2/2007 1:43 PM (permalink)
    Puedes hacerlo de fomis (aunque queda un poquito endeble) o de porcelana fría...
    Ya tu decides y buscas a una experta que te ayude
    Un abrazo

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      RE: ayuda para hacer portaretratos 2/2/2007 2:32 PM (permalink)
      Hola Amiga aqui te dejo algo que encontre en internet espero te sirva: Es de material fieltro..



      Felt Frame Cover


      Using felt in a range of complementary colors, you can transform a self-standing clear Lucite frame into a wonderful gift or keepsake. Three colors of felt—for the frame’s front, back, and edging—will produce the best decorative touch. Or, you can use leather for a more sophisticated look. If you choose leather, stick to one color, forgo trim, and assemble the cover with a sewing-machine needle intended for leather. Make sure to use a frame whose borders are wide enough for decorating; for a 4-by-6-inch photo, use a frame that is at least 5 by 7 inches.
      Lucite frame
      Pinking shears
      Rotary cutter or small scissors
      Fabric glue
      Sewing machine
      1. Lay the frame on the piece of felt that will cover the front borders of your frame. Align the bottom of the frame with the bottom edge of the felt, then trace along the top edge and two side edges 1/2 inch away from the frame. Cut along the pencil marks with pinking shears.
      2. Determine the size of the opening that will expose your picture. (Imagine a traditional frame.) To create a template for the opening, center your photograph on a piece of paper cut to the size of the front cover. Cut out the template, making it slightly smaller than the actual photograph so its edges won’t show.
      3. To make the edging, cut four 1-inch-wide strips, each slightly longer than the four corresponding sides of the opening. Pink one side of each strip. Use craft or fabric glue to glue the strips to the back of the opening. Leave about 1/4 inch of the pinked edge protruding from the opening.
      4. The corners of your strips will overlap a bit. Trim them at 45-degree angles with scissors so that they are mitred. This will allow the corners to lay flat.
      5. Lay the front cover on a slightly larger piece of felt (about 1/2 inch bigger on all sides than your front piece). This piece will cover the back of your frame. Pin the front cover to the back cover, and sew around the top and the sides, leaving the bottom open. Use a 1/4-inch seam allowance. The edge of your presser foot can serve as a guide. Make sure the top thread color matches the top layer, and the bobbin matches the bottom layer.
      6. Trim the back layer with pinking shears, leaving about 1/4 inch exposed as a decorative edge.
      7. Trim the bottom back edge so it is slightly shorter than the front. This will help the cover lie flat against the frame without buckling.
      8. Slip the cover onto the frame.


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        RE: ayuda para hacer portaretratos 2/2/2007 2:38 PM (permalink)

        Aqui encontre estos otros son de palitos pintados...






        Materials Needed:

        • Glue

        • Pictures


        1.  Create The Frame: Choose 6 of one color craft stick and 2 of another color. Lay two of the same color horizontally for the top and 2 more horizontally for the bottom. Take glue and add 2 more sticks to each side vertically.
        2. Make It Stand: Lay the frame face down and glue your picture to the back. Then take about 10 sticks and glue them all together the flat way and then glue them to the bottom of the back of the frame. Let dry and your done!

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          RE: ayuda para hacer portaretratos 2/2/2007 3:19 PM (permalink)
          igual puedes hacerlos con carton corrugado es un poco mas resitente que el foami y viene en muchos colores

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            RE: ayuda para hacer portaretratos 2/2/2007 4:22 PM (permalink)
            hola se me ocurre que puede ser de papel cascaron ( lo que es el marco )y luego los decores encima de fomy fieltro crepe tela etc etc
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