If you have a ton of photos to display, plus lots of special artwork made with love from your kids or grandchildren, display creatively with OranguFrame! These lightweight, sturdy frames are made from chipboard, are inexpensive and allow for plenty of creativity for you and the kids! Bitten by the adult coloring book craze? OranguFrame is a great way to show off your coloring creations and guess what? They can hang on a thumbtack and I have another idea, too!
Recently, the nice folks at OranguFrame asked if I would try out one of their frames and I have to be honest, I wasn’t at all familiar with the product so I was curious to give it a try. The 8” x 10” frames are made from chipboard, come with three chipboard “canvases” that slip inside of the three-dimensional frame, are pre-scored and arrive folded flat.
OranguFrame arrives with directions, but just skip the written directions and go straight to their how-to video, which clearly demonstrates how to fan-fold the frame together in just about five minutes. The plain white frames are a blank canvas for creating just the frame you want!
The back of the frame has holes for hanging either vertically or horizontally.
This past Christmas, hubby gave me lots of adult coloring books and I knew right away I wanted to use my frame to display one of my coloring creations in my kitchen. To let my page pop, I decided to use black paint on the frame, and for a touch of whimsy, add some white polka dots. Just in case I decide to change out the coloring page, I wanted the inside of the frame to have a little personality, too, so I added some black polka dots to the inside!
As a final touch, I glued pre-made, black and white rolled paper flowers to each corner of the frame. Don’t you think it looks so cute? You would never guess the frame was made from paper!
OranguFrame recommends that you hang the frame on a thumbtack, which I’m sure works great. I use another trick to hang almost everything in my house except the heaviest mirrors and art. I hang everything on a straight pin! The pin leaves a tiny hole which you can barely see, and makes it super easy to move things around. My finished OranguFrame hung perfectly on a pin.
I’m pretty happy with the transformation of my plain, white OranguFrame to a fun yet sophisticated way for me to display my grown-up coloring creations. Now, I need to get my hands on some more frames, because I have a lot of pages I want to use as pops of color around the house! Thanks to the folks at OranguFrame for introducing me to their product! I had a lot fun with it and I know you and your kids will enjoy it, too!
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