If you’re into crafting, you are probably well acquainted with the basic wood craft frames that are out there; they are the staple of many kid-friendly class projects and they are super inexpensive. I’ve been experimenting with wood these days — trying to come up with an easy way to create relief patterns. I discovered that the wood used for these frames is soft enough to gouge with a blunt object (like a metal knitting needle). Once I found this to be the case, I started testing out different ideas and came up with this project. I like it because it is easy to do, very inexpensive (aside from the $0.99 frame – you probably already own most of the supplies), and it’s quick – there is no drying time. I think most kids (2nd grade and up) could do this.