If your going to bait them up with frames of honey, make sure it's capped. They have a real tendency to overdraw uncapped honey into the space the foundation would occupy. You can end up with a couple 15 lbs frames of honey, and a bunch of chewed up foundation.
You can pull the outside frames in your boxes up, kick the next frames outside, and add foundation in there. Putting it into the broodnest will usually get them going on it if they have some nectar coming in. You can even checkerboard it throughout , opening up the broodnest and relieving congestion. Remember. If they aren't making honey, getting them to draw wax can be pain.