One of my very favorite Deflecto frames is this floating-type frame. On its own it is just a lovely frame but it does lend itself to a wide variety of embellishing techniques.
To add just a slight touch of color I used clear acrylic stickers. Stickers are a very easy way to add a personal touch to a plain frame. With these stickers I added foam dots to the center backs for placement on the frame. By adding one or two layers of dots you can arrange the stickers for a more dimensional look. NOTE: After placing the dots on the backs and before removing the release, brush the adhesive part that shows with a little bit of talcum powder to remove the "stick".
The last of the acrylic frames once again has some simple embellishments that can give it just a little something extra. Four shapes were made from Makin's Clay. Directions for this are as follows: Make the casting using a mold of choice and follow directions from manufacturer, using white Makin's Clay in the molds. When dry, paint as desired. Cut a decorative background paper of choice for inserting in frame. Glue the Makin's Clay elements to the corners of the frame. Add a tiny banner that spells out the special someone you are celebrating with alphabet stickers.