We moved and I’m still finding ways to decorate different places in the house. I have a yellow shelving unit that I’ve been eyeing amongst the rubble and keep debating on what will be placed on top of it.
While at work early this week, I was visiting the Children’s Museum when a sweet co-worker showed me some paper swatches they had for the kids to craft with. I instantly came up with an idea with spare picture frames I had from Dollar Tree.
DIY Framed Art Tutorial
Various Scrapbook Pages (I used a glitter page for the sparkle factor)
Pen (for tracing purposes)
Double Sided-Tape/Glue stick
- Trace all pages to match the shape of whatever size picture frames that you are using with your pen. For my template, I used the glass piece of the picture frame to give me an idea of what to work with.
- With your patterned scrapbook pages, create your shape that you want to place in the center of your frame. Whether that design be hearts, squares, or chevrons – its up to you.
- Center the cut scrapbook pages on your accent page and use double sided tape (or glue stick) to secure.
- Place assembled pages into picture frames.
And there you have it, a quick and easy way to add a little bit of fun flare to your home!