Every picture tells a story. Capture your most precious memories for Dad this Father’s Day with these cute wood polaroid photo frames. Fill them with pictures of your favorite moments featuring the kids, the dog, or a family photo. They’re even magnetic so you can hang them on your fridge! This project is super simple. All you have to do is gather the gear listed below and get started. Because we’re such great adventure buddies, we’ve even included easy-to-follow steps so you don’t get lost along the way.
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- BARC Wood Sheet with Adhesive Backing
- Smooth Cardstock Paper
- Adhesive Magnet Sheet
- Cricut Pen “Moccasin”
- Peel off paper backing on the Barc paper. Press onto cardstock paper (any color – its for thickness).
- After downloading the SVG file and uploading into Design Space, set the text to “Write” then “Attach” to the frame.
- Write and cut out on the Cricut Machine. We used the Custom Material setting > Posterboard > More Pressure
- Cut out photo to fit behind the frame.
- Cut 2 strips about .5″x 3.5″ out of a adhesive magnet sheet. Stick to the top and bottom backside of the polaroid.
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