We’re back for more videos! We took a little break for the holiday’s but were back on schedule bringing you a new DIY Project every week. Be sure to check out our DIY Videos Page to see a new video every week.
This week I’m showing you how to revamp your old and outdated picture frame with Buttons! Lots and lots of Buttons! With heart attached, give this gift to your special Valentine’s this year.
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Happy DIY’s, Blerona
It’s been a while since I last wrote an Arts & Crafts blog. So here I am today, finally updating after so long.
I’ve been contemplating on getting a puppy lately. Can you guess what kind of puppy? Yes, I want a bull dog. They’re just so adorable. I know a lot of people think they’re ugly, but they just make me so happy whenever I see one.
Well, I haven’t gotten one yet, but I did get a poster with three cute puppies on them. The wall in my office is kind of dull right now, so I decided to place the small poster in a picture frame. It’s not just any picture frame. It’s one that I handcrafted myself and is pretty proud of it. The best part is that it was fun and anyone can do it.
If you want to make one similar to mine, you’ll need is a small foam core board (you get this at an arts and crafts store. You’ll only need one small enough to fit your picture with an extra inch around all corners of the picture. You’ll also need one weight sheet protector, cords, sequins, sew-on jewels, glue-gun, double sided tape and a pair of scissors.
Using the double sided tape, attach your picture of the center of the form core board. Trim the weight sheet protector to fit over the board. You can tape down along the edges. Use the glue-gun for attachment, start decorating the frame according to your style. It’s really that simple.