Begin by giving your frame a coat of white paint. This is not essential but provides a good base for painting. Allow to dry.
Cut up small squares of coloured tissue paper. Coat the frame in slightly watered down PVA glue and cover in tissue paper pieces while the glue is still wet. Allow to dry.
Give your frame a coat of glitter paint to hold down the tissue paper pieces. This will also add a touch of sparkle. From this source. Allow to dry.
After 1hours of research and testing, we think the 10-inch Nixplay Seed is the best digital photo frame for most people who want to display pictures uploaded wirelessly from their smartphones, hard drives, or social media and cloud storage accounts. Its superior display and simple setup lift it above the competition. And since you can send photos to the frame via Nixplay’s cloud services or email, or indirectly through a shared Dropbox folder, if you give one as a gift you can share photos with the recipient even if they happen to be halfway across the world.
Great features and easy to use
The Nixplay Seed’s high-resolution IPS display offers pleasing colors and a wide viewing angle, so your images look great from every corner of the room. The panel’s 4:aspect ratio means it can display your smartphone photos full screen, without black borders, and you can position it in either portrait or landscape orientation. Step-by-step instructions on the Nixplay website make connecting the frame to your Wi-Fi network and uploading images quick and foolproof. Those images can come from your phone or computer, as well as from social media and cloud storage accounts such as Instagram or Dropbox. A motion sensor lets you conserve energy by putting the display to sleep after you leave the room. Using a cleverly designed semirigid USB power cable that doubles as a stand, the Seed can sit in either portrait or landscape orientation at a range of angles.