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Use a craft knife to cut around the sides and bottom of the frame to separate the back panel if necessary. Cut a piece of fabric larger than the frame and draw around the frame on to this farbic using a vanishing marker.
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When using bold print fabric, decorate by adding seed beads and sequins, stitching them around the area that will cover the frame.
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Draw a cross in the centre of the fabric, to mark out the frame window. Cut diagonally from corner to corner to leave four triangular flaps. Use double-sided tape to stick the fabric to the frame. Fold the overhanging fabric over the edges to the back of the frame and secure with tape.
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Cover the inside edges of the frame with ribbon to hide any raw edges at the inside seam. Cut out a piece of coordinating printed paper and stick on the back panel using a glue stick.
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Use bold printed fabric to make yo-yos for your frame. If you don't have a yo-yo maker, cut a circle of fabric about 20.3cm (8in) in diameter. Fold the edge over by 6mm (1/4in) and sew a running stitch around the circle. Pull the thread to gather up the edge and secure with a small stitch. Press flat with an iron.
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Stick the front of the frame to the back along the side and bottom edges using either strong glue or double-sided tape. Arrange three yo-yos in the bottom corner of the frame and secure in place with double sided tape.