-fabric of your choice
-strong round magnets (i bought mine from amazon)
-hot glue gun
-hot glue sticks
4. Next start hotgluin'! I lay my fabric front side down and place my sheet metal center in the fabric. I start on one side of the sheet metal and put hot glue down on half of the length of that side and attach my fabric to it. Hot glue dries quicker on metal, so it may dry before you get the fabric down if you do the whole length. Wuith that side done, I go to the opposite side. I put some hot glue down in the middle, and attach my fabric stretching it as I do. The stretching helps keep the fabric flush to the front of the sheet metal, so you don't have wrinkles. Then work on one side of what you just glued down and do the same thing, stretch as you glue. Finsh the rest of the fabric this way until you have it all covered and attached well.
5. Put your fabric covered sheet metal in your picture frame, then the cardboard backing, and then push the staples down to keep it all it the frame.