$3 Photo Display Gift & Free Printables!
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Clothespin DIY Frame - A Little Craft In Your Day
I love different ways of showcasing my Pictures, Today on the blog I'm sharing a clothespin DIY frame. It's really easy to make and only a few steps!
Mason Jar Picture Frame Vase
I am a Lowes Creative Ideas Blogger and each month we are issued a project challenge...should we choose to accept it! For March, we were tasked with showing off Pantone's Radiant Orchid paint by Valspar. I recently shared with you 3 Tips on Decorating with Radiant Orchid. It's a BOLD color and it's definitely not for everyone. For this project, I wanted to create something in Radiant Orchid that would be easy to replicate, appeal to many, and scream YEAH SPRING! I came up with a simple Mason…
Mini-Tree Stump Christmas Place Card Holders - Redhead Can Decorate
You didn’t think I WOOD let the holidays go by with out a tree stump in the mix, did you? Well, WOOD you? Presenting my “Mini-Tree Stump Christmas Place Card Holders”… This idea came to me in my sleep. I didn’t dream it, but I thought of it while falling asleep. I have no... Read More
How to make wood frames! Step by Step! - A girl and a glue gun
how to make wood frames! easy diy with step by step instructions! Lots of fun decorations ideas!
20 best DIY picture frame tutorials - It's Always Autumn
30 of the best DIY picture frame tutorials! Learn how to make your own handmade photo frames with these easy to follow instructions.
Transfer Images Using Freezer Paper
It was purely by accident that I figured out this method of transferring a printed image. It is simple to do and you don't need any special paper or products! If you can print it from your computer then you can transfer it to a fabric or wood surface. Now, this project I am about to show you is not very exciting, but it will give you the idea of how the transfer is done...so here it goes. I decided to cover my old and dirty mouse pad that looked like this: I used canvas and cut a piece a bit…
Our new Letter Blocks were a huge hit at Swiss Days. If you made it into our booth you might have noticed our LOVE and BOO blocks on display...
A Small Obsession
I love things that are small. Mini M&M's, baby spoons and especially really tiny pictures. I wanted a way to display my teeny photobooth shots from my recent trip to Chicago, so I checked out my surroundings to see what I could dream up. Enter these: And here's how to make 'em. You'll need: empty wooden spool (like this one) double-sided tape a scrap of patterned paper adhesive/glue ribbon, washi tape, string, etc distress ink file set Tim Holtz Memo Pins miscellaneous embellishments…