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Beautiful Picture Frame for Congratulations Card

Picture frame in oak and MDF made from recycled materials.

Produced by Råt&Godt, a social and sustainable company with the primary purpose of helping young people facing challenges and on the verge of the job market transition from unemployment to meaningful employment.

Each picture frame is handmade from recycled wood, making them unique and distinct in appearance.

Not all joints are the same, and variations in the wood can be observed.

The distinctiveness in each picture frame, along with the effort put in by a young person without formal training in carpentry, is what makes the imperfect picture frame particularly beautiful in its own expression.

The picture frame has a wide frame, making it easy to hang on a nail or screw, and it is also wide enough to stand on its own.

Everything on the picture frame is made from recycled materials, including the joints on the back.

Instructions:

On the back, there are 3 pins/nails, 2 on one side and 1 on the other. Gently remove the pin/nail on the side with only one. Tilt the back cardboard and plexiglass out. Remove the film from the plexiglass and place it back into the frame. Insert the Congratulations Card so that it faces the same way as the logos on the side of the picture frame. Insert the back cardboard and finally, place the pin/nail back into the hole.





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Maya Soele® is Danish design that celebrates professional trades and functions with unique and personal wooden figures for each craft.

The figures are crafted in timeless design, seamlessly fitting into home decor with their simple expression.

The series is made from FSC® 100% certified wood. The packaging the figure comes in is also FSC® 100% certified.

Poster cards (congratulatory cards) are available for each craft and also double as a picture with the beautiful one-line drawing illustration on the front. The personal handwritten greeting inside the card is thus preserved as a last

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