Make A Christmas Gift In Under 15 Minutes! {Decoupage Picture Frame}

Like I said in my last post, it’s crunch time! This project is super easy (you can get it done in under 15 minutes), super inexpensive (most supplies you can find in your stash!), and super cute! Make a couple of these up for those last few people on your list today!

Enjoy,

Nikki, In Stitches

Decoupage Picture Frame

Originally posted June 20th, 2011

 


A great picture deserves a great frame!  And as you can see, this great frame is super easy to make and super inexpensive.  Just scroll through the pictures for the step-by-step instructions for turning this unfinished (under $3!) frame into the perfect way to feature your favorite photo.

Materials:

Unfinished wooden frame

Paint

Paint brush

Scrapbook Paper

Scissors, Ruler, Pencil

Decoupage medium – follow manufacturer’s instructions

Sandpaper

Chalk or Pastels

 

PS…There’s still time for more handmade holiday projects! Find even more inspiration in my ebook, Nikki, In Stitches – A Handmade Holiday! Here’s a little peek at what’s inside!



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Make A Christmas Gift In Under 15 Minutes! {Decoupage Picture Frame}

  1. Marny says:

    Your frame is very nice — it is a great idea for Chanukah, too.

    Anyone planning on making this with a Judaic theme?

    Gentle as you go,
    Marny

    • Nikki says:

      Thanks so much, Marny! I’d love to see pictures if anyone does make one of these for Chanukah. Great idea, and I love seeing how other people add a little bit of themselves into my projects!

  2. Janna Lee says:

    I think this is amazing and I will definitely be trying this myself! You are so creative!

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