Picture Frame Easel Back - 2 Pack

$12.95 USD
Item# 1710
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  • 6" x 4-1/2" fits a 3-1/2" x 5" photo
  • Use with picture frame casting mold


Product Description

The finishing touch for your fused or cast glass picture frame!
Black finish mat board easel back fits a 3-1/2" x 5" photo, measures 6" x 4-1/2" overall. Works with Picture Frame Casting Mold #92384 (as shown below), and other fused glass picture frames. Secure to frame back with silicone adhesive #5690. Sold in packs of 2.

Project shown created by artist Julie Haan using Picture Frame Casting Mold #92384 and easel back.

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Pros : it's a frame
Cons : kind of cheaply made but will be able to fashion one of my own from the design
Other Thoughts : It did not cost much so I am okay with the product overall. You get what you pay for!
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