I love decorating our home with artwork, posters, and photos, but finding the right Frame can be a challenge. Most frames come in standard sizes and if you want to hang something that’s an odd size you either have to make your own or get someone to do it for you. And since I’m always changing our artwork around, I end up with loads of empty frames stashed away in a cupboard. So today I’d like to share how to make the Easiest Diy Frames EVER!!!! Not only are they simple to do (you don’t need any fancy tools), they’re easy to store too and best of all, you can switch out your art anytime without damaging the pic. What You Need For the Easiest DIY Frames Magnetic tape Balsa wood Sharp Craft knife Ruler Glue Paints and decorative bits (optional) How to Make the Frames Start by cutting the balsa wood into strips using a craft knife. Balsa wood is really soft and easy to cut. You can cut the strips to any length you like, just make sure they’re at least 2 cm (7/8″) wide. You’ll need four equal-sized strips for each frame. Customizing Your Frames Use whatever you like to decorate the frames. Our décor tends to be rustic bohemian, with a bit of crazy thrown in for luck 😀 I used blackboard paint on one of the frames. That way I can write or draw on the frame if I want. Another frame got a lovely coat of rose gold followed […]
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