How to swap out and replace photos for Picture Perfect Bracelets!

There are three types of frames used in the current line, one will have a slit across the top of the frame, and the other two will not. Directions for each are as follows:

Frame with slit across the top:
Use your thumb to slide the image and plastic cover from the base of the frame up and out through the slit. You might need to exert a little pressure as you slide. If you cannot move the image or the cover, grab a butter-knife, insert the top end in through the slit and gingerly twist back and forth to widen the gap between the front of the frame and its backing.  Once you have the items free, grab your replacement photo and place the cover over it as you would like the picture framed. Cut away any excess paper that extends beyond the cover. These two items need to be either exactly the same size or the cover needs to be a hairline larger.  To insert, hold them together but start feeding the image into the frame approximately a third of the way before also sliding the plastic cover in with the image. This allows you to make sure the photo will get down into the corners of the frame before the slick cover slides down over it. If your image and cover slide too loosely into the frame and will not stay in place, grab a pair of pliers, cover the top of the frame where the slit is with a paper towel or cloth and gently squeeze the gap between the front of the frame and its base.

Frame with no slit across the top:
Using either your fingernail or a butter knife, insert and pop out the cover and image from the wider of the two sides by placing the knife or nail under the items and leveraging them against the base of the frame. Once you have the items free, grab your replacement photo and place the cover over it as you would like the picture framed. Cut away any excess paper that extends beyond the cover. These two items need to be either exactly the same size or the cover needs to be a hairline larger.  To insert, hold them together and insert one of the short sides into the prongs on the corners of the frame. Then, gently bend the image and cover into an arch to slip the other end into the prongs on the other end of the frame.

Good luck and feel free to give me a call or shoot me an e-mail if you have any problems. You are always welcome to ship your item back to me if replacing them is too difficult, just be sure to contact me before you ship.

Cheers,

Georgia Torcasio
310.497.5544
www.pictureperfectbracelets.com