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Picture Frame Crafts

Message board made from a frame. Paint the back the same colors as the "pop" colors in your kitchen, and use dry erase markers on the glass to write.

Beyond the Kitchen: Living Areas to Love | BHG Style Spotters

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25 DIY Christmas Wreaths | Six Sisters' Stuff

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Paint An Old Picture Frame...cover the back with burlap and add a large painted wooden letter

A Home Blog: gallery wall complete and with a story

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Cute way to hang photos, cards, memos, etc. and so simple/cheap to make!

DIY Picture Frame Tray! can be used for carrying breakfast in bed, or in the bathroom as a special area to display your favorite perfume or jewelry!

I am absolutely obsessed with word clouds! I can spend hours on the website printing and editing word clouds. I can't wait to start creating these as inexpensive but very personal gifts!!!

Hang pictures in an empty picture frame (thrift?) that you've spray painted and put a piece of painted cardboard or foam board in the back and hot glue twine to it and hang pics from it.

20 Non-Scrapbook Ways To Remember Your Vacation Forever

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Print a letter big on computer, cut out with exacto knife and put pictures behind

Clay Crafts: Lovely Ladybug | Crafts | Spoonful

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Burlap background and chunky wood frame. No glass and clips allow you to change the pictures out.

DIY burlap frame | The Suburban Urbanist

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Hobby Lobby sticker monogram letters placed on ornaments. Cute way to make a personalized gift

Hobby Lobby ...Buy the wood plaques at hobby lobby for $1, paint, then mod podge your photo onto them

The Small & Chic Home: Organic Bloom frames

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Put stick-on decals on a picture frame and remove the back of the frame.

Get a big frame and use stickers to press on glass with saying or quote that you'd like to use. Then just don't put the backing on the frame and hang on wall! This would be super cute for the open closet area in the foyer.

Frame notebook paper, hot glue a bow, wrap with a dry erase marker ... viola! Perfect for a To Do list for your desk!

  • Montana Williams

    I did something like this for Christmas, and it seemed to be a hit. I even bought the frames in bulk so they were super cheap.