step 1The key is to organize photos in the negative strips in a somewhat random fashion. First, gather a group of related images on your photocopier and try different arrangements to see which compositions you like best. Go for variety. Use a combination of large, medium and small negative strips if you have them. For an interesting effect, let a larger photo sprawl across two or even three windows on one strip.
step 2Place self-adhesive paper in the manual feed of the copier. Lay three negative strips at a time (filled with your photos) on the glass and copy. For our box, we printed three sheets of self-adhesive paper with images, although we suggest that you make at least four sheets so you have plenty of choices.
step 3To cover the box, cut up strips or stick on entire sheets of images. Arrange some strips or sheets horizontally, some vertically. Trim away any pieces that overhang the edges of the box or wrap them around an adjacent side.
step 4Once the box is completely covered, apply the sealer to all surfaces as protection.
Note: Instructions from Photocraft
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