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  • Baird & Warner

    #Upcycle an old picture frame as a vanity tray - a fresh perspective changes everything. Here, a gilt frame, laid flat, creates a romantic setting for perfumes and powders. Place a piece of colored paper or fabric inside as a finishing touch.

  • Hailey Dean

    Old picture frames make a serving tray or vanity tray.

  • Gina Tuchel

    50 Reuse ideas~ new uses for old things (the one pictured is a frame turned into serving tray)

  • Elizabeth Carstensen-Myers

    Repurpose an old frame for a vanity tray that’s pretty as a picture. Place a piece of colored paper or fabric inside as a finishing touch. Good Idea!

  • Kristen Shaffer

    get an old picture frame you don't use and use it as a vanity tray- Such a cute idea!

  • Kelsey Hylton

    take a vintage frame and make it into a tray....love this idea omg

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