Add rows of studs to twill tape and attach them to the sides of a plain frame.
- Flat-front wooden frame (the frame shown is 6×8″ and has 5⁄8“-wide sides)
- Twill tape slightly narrower than the frame sides (purple tape shown is 3⁄8” wide)
- Silver square pyramid studs to fit width of twill tape (studs shown are 3⁄8” wide)
- Metal spoon
- Four large silver square pyramid studs (studs shown are 3⁄4” wide)
- Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
1. Cut four lengths of twill tape to fit the sides of the frame.
2. Attach a 3⁄8“-wide square pyramid stud to the center of each piece of twill tape. Use the back of a metal spoon to push the prongs down on the back side of the tape. Add studs to each side of center until you reach the desired length of stud row on each piece of twill tape.
3. Hot-glue ends of tape to frame sides at frame corners.
4. Push prongs flat against the back of the 3⁄4“-wide square pyramid studs using the back of a metal spoon. Hot-glue a stud to each corner of the frame.