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Vintage postcards- their projects & displays

Turn an old window into a picture frame.

How To Turn An Old Window Into A Picture Frame

card display. use for photos, mini art, cards, Christmas cards, birthday, old postcards...endless possibilities.

Easter egg "tree" in a spray-painted mason jar....

@erin duffyDecorative leaves on tree sticks in old Mason jar

Photo-Filled Table A bare tabletop is nothing but a display opportunity waiting to happen. Have a piece of glass or Plexi cut to fit the tabletop's dimensions, then tuck snapshots, postcards, or printed fabric underneath.

From Backyard Stone to Playful Photo Display: Danny Seo, author of Upcycling ($18; Running Press), created this rocksteady holder with an 18-inch-long piece of floral craft wire (99 cents for 20;). Tightly loop one end of the wire around a stone; then wrap the wire around itself to secure. Stand the remaining length of wire upright, twisting the top inch or so into a flattened spiral circle (as shown). Insert a postcard or snapshot for a picture-perfect effect.

Here is a simple yet stylish photo frame that can accommodate quite a few photos at once. The idea is very simple. Fasten twines on the empty frame and hang photos using clothes pins on them.

Pocket Board Transform a flea-market picture frame into a pretty — and practical — pocket organizer with some mat board. Once suspended, the wall display lets you show off favorite photographs, postcards, or notes.

A beautiful way to display art, photos and other found things.

postcard display for photos. I really like the branch idea...