A photo frame is an excellent gift for any occasion. Photo frames are an irreplaceable frame of our photos and at the same time serve as an excellent element of the decor of your house. Original photos can be bought in stores or made by yourself. Materials for work:• Wooden frame for photos • Baking plastic Sonnet (light green, dark green, blue, blue, white, black, yellow, orange, red) • Foil • Superglue • Acrylic Decola paints • Toothpicks • Glass beaker or rolling pin for plastics • Bread knife • Fine mesh • Oven. We decorate the photo frame with polymer clay. We take the red and yellow plastic Sonnet. We flatten a piece of yellow plastic with our fingers to make a very thin plate. Cover it with a piece of red plastic. 2. We wrap the workpiece with a fine mesh and lightly squeeze the plastic through it. The grid will cut through a thin yellow layer and in the slits the red plastic will appear, creating a pattern similar to scales. This will be the body of the fish. Remove the mesh and give your fingers the desired shape. 3. We make a stock for the striped fins of goldfish. To do this, take the same pieces of orange, yellow, white and red plastic "Sonnet" and form from it equal rectangular plates. 4. Fold the prepared plates on top of each other. Roll out the resulting "sandwich" to make it become longer and flat. 5. Cut the workpiece across in two parts. On the cut, we see thin strips. Fold the pieces together. Again roll out and slightly stretch the workpiece with your fingers in length. Again cut. Now on the cut is no longer 4, but 8 strips. Repeat the operation until we get the right "striped". The last time the workpiece is not rolled out, but only firmly press the layers together. 6-7. We compress the workpiece from one side along the entire length so that a triangle is formed on the cut, multi-colored stripes emerge from one of the vertices. We compress and stretch the workpiece in length. We cut the workpiece across into thin plates. From each such triangular striped plate the fin turns out. Slightly flatten each fin with your fingers and bend at will. 8-9. We lay the body of the fish on foil and with the help of a toothpick stick to it fins. We form a tail from several fins. We make a fish mouth and eyes. We also make algae from sausages of dark and light green plastic and bubbles of white and blue plastic "Sonnet". 10. We cut the base of the algae so that it is even. Bake all elements in the oven, without removing from the foil, according to the instructions on the plastic packaging. Let the products cool down and glue them to a pre-painted Decola frame with a super glue. And now our original photo frame is ready!