DIY Recycled Photo Frame
Happy Mid Week!
Just a few more days to the weekend, so hang in there. :)
Today for Inspiration Time over at The Cutting Cafe blog, we are to recycle and reuse! What a fun idea Regina had.
So I got a cereal box that I was about to throw out and made a photo frame!
Yups, I handmade this for my hubby. Since he loves cycling, I showcased his awesome bike here and made him his very own "show off" display :)
I used the Bicycle Background set & Cameras Everywhere Background Printable set -- which I printed on some patterned paper. Then I embellished it with a simple sentiment from Heidi Swapp, a die cut piece and some enamel dots.
So, let me show you my quick process on how I made this frame.
First up, get a cereal box and cut out these 3 pieces:
+ The frame
+ The backing piece
+ The support piece
Next, get some patterned paper and begin to WRAP! :)
As you can see, it doesn't need to be perfect.
Finally, just piece everything together and you are done!
For the support piece, I added 2 buttons and some twine to it to "limit" the opening so that it will be able to stand upright.
Hope you've enjoyed my DIY project for this week.
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Happy hoppin'. :)