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Mini Photo Frames

Level: Primary, Junior
Grades: K- 5 | Age: 5-11yrs| Written by: Gretta Keel
[Gretta is a mom living in Sasebo Japan]

Make tiny photo frames using the ends of frozen juice containers.

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What You Do:

For years my children have enjoyed having their picture taken with their friends. Being in the military, we have circled the globe but our refrigerators serve as our friendship photo album.

When we open a can of frozen juice, we save the tin and toss the cardboard.

Trace the circle around a new picture, put 3 rows of magnetic tape on the back and you have a handy little fridge magnet and the tin protects the picture from all the hugs and kisses.

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