This is a guide about make drawer handles into mini frames. Photo frames can be made from a wide variety of repurposed items.
I bought a nice wooden frame with a colander of apples in it for .50 a couple of years back. Today I finally had the time to fix it up properly by adding ribbon, buttons, fabric scraps, and an old glove. It turned out really nice.
A wooden drapery ring, some lace, and other embellishments come together to create this pretty mini frame. This is a guide about lacy wrapped mini frame.
When making a pet photo frame, instead of using "real" dog or cat treats, try making them out of polymer clay. Pets then will not attempt to eat the frames
Decorate a purchased frame or rejuvenate an old one with paint and miscellaneous items from your junk drawer. This is a guide about junk drawer picture frames.
A heart shaped chocolates box can be made into a perfect picture frame for loved one. This is a guide about recycled candy box picture frame.
Rejuvenate an old picture frame by wrapping it in paper. This is a guide about handmade paper frame.
You can make this cute frame using colorful drinking straws and cardboard. This is a guide about drinking straw frame.
Make your own picture frame from recycled items for a fun customizable craft project. This is a guide about recycled picture frame.
Log slices can be used in many craft projects. Making them into picture frames is another excellent use for them. This is a guide about making picture frames from log slices.
This is a guide about making a film reel frame. If you are lucky enough to have or find and old 16mm film reels, you can try your hand at making this clever photo frame.
This is a guide about making a vintage frame. Lace, ribbons, buttons, and other embellishments can be used to decorate a plain photo frame giving it a vintage look.
This is a guide about making a bark covered picture frame. For a rustic look, cover a purchased photo frame with pieces of bark.
This is a guide about decorating a wooden picture frame. Plain wood picture frames can be decorated in many ways to fit into your home decor or to be given as gifts.
I was sorting my stuff in the garage and found this old picture frame. It was covered with paint stains around the wooden frame and looked so dirty.
Updated: This idea came to me when I was reading about laminated wood products. I decided to try it out using cardboard and craft glue and came up with a very strong but very light wood substitute. All you do is cut cardboard boxes (cereal, cookies, crackers, etc.) into strips and glue the strips together one on top the other.