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Posted: Monday, July 14, 2014 11:06:57 PM
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Deck of Poker Cards Wall Art Project This simple Deck of Poker Cards Art Project is a great way to decorate a wall in your game room for very little money. Deck of Poker Cards are simple way to really bring home a game room theme perfect for poker night. If you use the CD cases you already have in your home, you should be able to easily make these CD Deck of Poker Cards box picture frames into wall art for less than $30 easily. To Make These Simple Deck of Poker Cards Wall Art You Will Need: Empty CD boxesPicture hanging hooksUse your tape measure or ruler to measure your CD case. Draw out the square onto the card stock and Cut your green felt to just larger than the CD box. You will be fitting it into the back of the box with the hinged edge at the top, so about 4 inches wide and 4 inches high will be about right. Fix the green felt against the card stock with a few small pieces of sticky tape. This will help to fit the photo snugly behind the plastic and to the edges of the frame. Now, repeat this on 52 CD jewel cases. You will need one for reach card. Now, use the hot glue to adhere the Deck of Poker Cards to each piece of felt. One poker card should be in each frame. Now, glue one frame hook you the back of each CD box frame holding the deck of poker cards. Use the flat hardware that is meant Texas Holdem Poker Chips to be tacked into the back of a wood frame. Once the glue dries you can embellish your Deck of Poker Cards frames further or begin hanging Buy Pokerist Chips them on the wall. To Embellish Further: Now all you need to do is draw a line of glue on the outside edges of the front of the CD box. Cut your yellow ribbon to fit the edge of the CD box and attach it with the bead of glue. You can embellish the front of the plastic CD case nay way that you want to. Dice, wooden cut outs, poker chips, and plastic drink stirs are all great crafting materials for this. You can use artwork in place of a Deck of Poker Cards. You could take a photo of each card in the deck and print them out on your computer. You could also photocopy a deck of cards and paint them with accent colors. Rubber pencil erasers also make a great border glued onto the frame of the Deck of Poker Cards frame CD case. To Hang Them: I recommend hanging your Deck of Poker Cards CD box frames in a collection on the wall to make one cohesive wall art project. For example you could do a 52 box display. This means you would need 52 CD box frames. Hang five in a row horizontally and five down vertically. Fill in the rest of the box. You can place the two extra centered on the top. The great thing about this inexpensive Deck of Poker Cards wall art project is that you can make it as large or as small as you want! Published by Ann Siper Antique Map Wall Art ProjectThis antique map wall art project is the perfect way to cover a large amount of space when you need some art! Don't worry if you do not have an antique map, you can always work around that!Contemporary Wall Art You Make in MinutesUse Styrofoam to make beautiful wall art in no time. Vintage Postage Stamp Wall Art Pokerist Display your Vintage Postage Stamp collection in style using this wall art project. Related ContentGift Card Clock Craft ProjectPoker Suit Themed Fleece Blanket Craft ProjectCD Box Wall Art ProjectMaking Your Own CD Cover10 Interesting Facts About a Standard Deck of Playing CardsThe History of Playing CardsHow to Make a Deck of Cards
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