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Easy DIY Floating Frame

Adhere clear dots along front of ceiling tin edges (I used eight of them due to weight).  If your tin has chippy paint, make sure to spray it with poly or remove with a wire brush so the adhesive dots will stick properly. Omit replacing the cardboard backing to the frame and allow the wall color be your matte.

Candy over on Junk Market Style scored a vintage ceiling tile at a flea market for 2 bucks. She decided to frame it with the help of rummage sale frame and some snot dots. The result is a very easy floating frame installation. If vintage ceiling tiles aren't your style, the same procedure could be applied to various types of art. My only question is....are the snot dots visible? Anyhoo, you can read all about it here.

This ceiling tin was a work-of-art in itself.  Found for $2 at a flea market, all it needed was a showcase for viewing so I thought Id frame it up!   

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