Easy Holiday Frame {tutorial}

This year we have decided to do all handmade gifts for our family and friends. I wanted to make something little for Luci’s preschool teacher/sitter to show her our appreciation. We always end up giving out sweets during the holidays, but I wanted to make her a little something to put up during the holidays.

Easy Holiday Frame
{tutorial}

Supplies:
-frame
-festive paper
-festive stickers or rhinestones
-Mod Podge
-scissors
-pencil
-sponge brush
Steps:
1. wipe down frame

2. take of back and glass of frame
3. Lay the frame on the festive paper and trace using your pencil.

4. Cut the paper frame out and lay it on top of your frame to make sure you don’t need to trim up the edges of the paper.
5. Using the sponge brush, paint a thin layer of Mod Podge on the frame.

6. Put the paper on the frame and rub bubbles out with finger or a credit card. Let dry.
7. Put a thin layer of Mod Podge over the top of the paper and let dry.
8. Add stickers or rhinestones.
9. Put glass and back of frame back on.

10. Wrap it up and give as a gift!
*You can stick a picture in the frame or write a Christmas message too!*

Easy, inexpensive, and homemade!

*Have you entered Thanksgiving Giveaway yet?? You better hurry because it ends the 21st at noon!*

Don’t forget to download my *FREE* holiday printables!
*I will be linking up with the fun linky parties listed in the “Linky Parties” tab at the top of the page!
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Comments

  1. Looks fantastic! I have so many unused frames I could do this too. Now to go find one….

  2. cute idea!!! :)gina

  3. So cute, Kara! Love it :]

  4. That is so cute! I love it.

  5. This turned out very cute! It does make a great gift too!

    Thanks so much for linking up to SS!

    Hannah @ http://youngancrafty.blogspot.com/

  6. nice tut^^
    i’ve only tried decoupage on candles
    this one looks easier^^

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Easy Holiday Frame {tutorial}

This year we have decided to do all handmade gifts for our family and friends. I wanted to make something little for Luci’s preschool teacher/sitter to show her our appreciation. We always end up giving out sweets during the holidays, but I wanted to make her a little something to put up during the holidays.

Easy Holiday Frame
{tutorial}

Supplies:
-frame
-festive paper
-festive stickers or rhinestones
-Mod Podge
-scissors
-pencil
-sponge brush
Steps:
1. wipe down frame

2. take of back and glass of frame
3. Lay the frame on the festive paper and trace using your pencil.

4. Cut the paper frame out and lay it on top of your frame to make sure you don’t need to trim up the edges of the paper.
5. Using the sponge brush, paint a thin layer of Mod Podge on the frame.

6. Put the paper on the frame and rub bubbles out with finger or a credit card. Let dry.
7. Put a thin layer of Mod Podge over the top of the paper and let dry.
8. Add stickers or rhinestones.
9. Put glass and back of frame back on.

10. Wrap it up and give as a gift!
*You can stick a picture in the frame or write a Christmas message too!*

Easy, inexpensive, and homemade!

*Have you entered Thanksgiving Giveaway yet?? You better hurry because it ends the 21st at noon!*

Don’t forget to download my *FREE* holiday printables!
*I will be linking up with the fun linky parties listed in the “Linky Parties” tab at the top of the page!
Etsy pinterest Bloglovin

Comments

  1. Looks fantastic! I have so many unused frames I could do this too. Now to go find one….

  2. cute idea!!! :)gina

  3. So cute, Kara! Love it :]

  4. That is so cute! I love it.

  5. This turned out very cute! It does make a great gift too!

    Thanks so much for linking up to SS!

    Hannah @ http://youngancrafty.blogspot.com/

  6. nice tut^^
    i’ve only tried decoupage on candles
    this one looks easier^^

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