Say you catch a home-run ball at the big game, or your child finds a gorgeous (but dry and not smelly) little starfish at the beach. Wouldn't it be nice to frame these treasures? The Z-Access 3-D display frames are a fun option. The back and front of the 6-by-4-inch plastic frames are connected by a hinge, and each side holds a transparent flexible polyurethane sheet instead of a piece of glass or plastic. You open the frame on its hinges, like a book, set your baseball or starfish (or whatever fits) in the middle, and gently close, sandwiching the object between the two sides. The polyurethane will stretch around the object, both sealing it in place and protecting it. Included clips secure the closed frame. Unlike typical shadowbox frames, you can actually touch your treasure without opening the frame. The 3-D effect is very cool, and gets cooler if you opt for the Slimline Rotating Frame-in-Frame model, where the framed object rotates in its frame inside a slightly larger frame. Both models have bases that make them self-standing in either horizontal or vertical positions. The frames come in a choice of seven colors, from black or white to bright red or baby blue. Not recommended for objects with sharp edges that might puncture the polyurethane.