En el improbable caso que tengas una puerta antigua tirada en tu casa, acá hay un proyecto genial que puedes realizar para enmarcar tus fotos favoritas.
¿Tu casa luce un poco desabrida? Si hay un espacio vacío en tu sala de estar que necesite redecorarse, entonces este proyecto DIY es más que perfecto.
Una puerta con ventanas de vidrio
4 tornillos ultra resistentes
Y un amigo que te ayude
1. Lo más importante es encontrar una puerta sin uso. Mientras más antigua luzca, mejor.
2. Decide qué lado de la puerta quedará a la vista. Luego, voltéala y acomoda las fotos que usarás
3. Mide los marcos de la puerta. Probablemente las fotos no serán de la medida correcta. Cortalas un poco hasta que se acomoden perfectamente.
4. Usa el masking tape para pegar las fotos.
5. Llama a tu amigo para que ayude a sujetarla con los tornillos a tu pared. Asegúrate de usar el nivel para que todo quede derecho y no inclinado.
6. También puedes añadirle ganchos para que cuelgues tus llaves o lo que se te ocurra.
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