Decoupage wooden DIY photo frame
If you’ve ever found, a beautiful piece of paper, the DIY-photo-begging in a craft, frame is perfect – so easy to make, with Mod-hodgepodge!
If you’ve ever entered into your life in a craft store, then I know you’ve seen, this inexpensive wooden frame, in the unfinished wood section. Would you believe that this is the first bought the time I’ve ever made and decorated a self -?
It’s true. I know don’t why, but you’ve never liked me . . . until I found this beautiful hand-bought handmade paper from paper source.
This paper was just begging to be Mod Podged on an unfinished frame . . . and I LOVE the results! Here’s how to this DIY pictures frame.
DIY picture frame
Mod hodgepodge Matt
Unfinished wood frames
fabric or felt for a bow (optional)
step 1: On the back of the paper, trace the frame (the two on the outside and the opening, where the photo goes). I found this beautiful metallic gold, cream and gold paper from paper source, but you can. any scrapbook or wrapping paper, you’d like for this Cut Out Your Shape.
step 2: apply Mod smorgasbord on the frame. Place your paper over the Mod-hodgepodge and press to stick. It helps to use decoupage brayer, or even a credit card (to help something with a flat edge), keep your paper on the frame. But even if you fold your paper a little bit, don’t worry about it–it’s hard and helps add a little character to your finished product.
step 3: Gently sand the edges of the frame. This step is optional, but I feel like it gives your frame a more finished look.
step 4: you’ll find that I had a length of cream canvas in the “Material” photo, but I wasn’t satisfied, like the cream bow saw with the framework, so I instead went to the grey felt.
Sometimes, you simply must try to see the different materials what you like the best! In my opinion piece of 3″ x 6″, and I folded it accordion style, and hot glue the ends together.
then, and wrapped it around the middle. I glued hot, the bow to the frame and that was it!
I adore how this DIY-the pictures turned out to be the frame . . . I think it’ll have a home in my craft room for now so that I can keep my littles’ faces in the vicinity can, while I create!
to be Honest, I can’t think this is the first time I’ve decoupaged promise a wooden frame, but I won’t be my last!
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