These make great gift ideas. You can get plain wooden frames from any of the craft stores - I only paid a couple of dollars for these. I used Deco Art'sPaper Perfect which needs a palette knife (they sell one) to spread out onto your surface - it was really easy. While it was still damp (not wet) I placed the flowers I had on hand in the corners and let dry. This works best on a warm, dry day with low humidity. It takes several hours to a full day to dry depending on how thick you apply the Paper Perfect. You can also add glitter, fibers, etc to customize your project. If you want to make a custom sheet of paper for your project just spread the Paper Perfect on a sheet of wax paper and let dry. Pretty neat stuff!