Take inexpensive frames and scrap paper and you'll have new stylish picture frames for your home! These easy decoupage frames are a simple afternoon project that add a pop of color to a wall or coffee table.
Show off your little girl with this sweet Pretty in Pink Chevron DIY Picture Frame. Handmade frames like this one are great for decorating your home and make great gifts for family and friends. Chevrons are also a trendy and fun way to add some color and style to your home decor. Whether you display this frame on your desk, on a shelf, or on the wall, you're sure to love how this DIY picture frame shows off your photo and brightens up your home at the same time!
Made from old DVD cases, this Accordion Fold Picture Frame is great to have in your living room. You can use it as a DIY picture frame or you can display your favorite art pieces. Everyone will love this unique photo display!
It's buttons galore with these DIY picture frames! Put your button collection to good use by embellishing a plain picture frame with them. Frame your loved ones for a nice decoration or gift.
Heidi Borchers for Inspired at Home shows us how to create a whimsical mirror frame decorated with buttons in various colors and sizes. This decorating idea is a great excuse to raid your button stash and makes a wonderful gift.
Tint regular ole' coffee filters with markers, then layer them for a three-dimensional frame that's vibrant, bold, and, best of all, inexpensive and easy.
Use a metal sheet, wood frame and scrapbook papers to create a clever Magnet Board Frame for displaying pictures. You can switch out pictures quickly and easy with homemade magnets.
Are you all out of frame craft ideas? Have no fear - we have the perfect project for you. A Tea Light Frame is a fun, whimsical take on a classic idea. This is a great gift for a friend.
Pretty scrapbook papers aren't just for your photo albums! The Scrapbook Photo Frame is on of our favorite inventive, easy crafts using scrapbook paper. Follow these simple instructions for how to make a homemade picture frame.
Decoupage started in the early 17th century with the layering of papers. The flowers on this frame pay homage to the foundations of decoupage while offering a modern approach.