Two ways to freely frame your felt sculptures

Last week, you've read about how to let your felt sculptures roam free anywhere in your personal/workspace. In other words, you know how to fill tiny blank spaces and corners in your home and/or office.

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Today, you'll learn how to frame multiple felt sculptures freestyle, using TWO types of frames. In this guide, I'm using 7 of my seashell sculptures. You don't need any kind of adhesive and are free to switch their positions whenever you like!

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Here are the two types of frames you could use:

  1. Photo frame - in this case, I'm using my upcycled square photo frame painted using metallic pink nail polish and black polka dots
  2. Wooden box - I got this from a Japanese traditional sweet (wagashi) packaging, which is a box with divider. Beautiful craftsmanship!

Method 1: Photo frame

Simply sew your sculpture on a piece of fabric (felt in this article) and place the rest around it.

Method 2: Wooden Box

Fill in the spaces with as many felt sculptures as you want and display the wooden box on your desktop. Make sure that it is tilted at a degree of 45 to avoid having your felt sculptures from tumbling out of their compartments.

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