Picture frames never go out of style. They make good gifts for family and friends and they are often an inexpensive way to give your home a new look without much effort.
Let's see some of the coolest DIY frame examples that you could make as soon as today.
You're sure to find one you love.
Table of Contents
- #1 DIY Chippy Wood Frames
- #2 DIY Book Picture Frames
- #3 DIY Twig Picture Frame
- #4 DIY Picture Frame from Old Window
- #5 DIY Newspaper and Magazine Frame
- #6 DIY Popsicle Stick Frame
- #7 DIY Sea Shell Frame
- #8 DIY Hot Wheels Frame
- #9 DIY Chevron Picture Frame
- #10 DIY Mosaic Frame
- #11 DIY Glitter Frames
- #12 DIY Jeweled Frames
- #13 DIY Crown Molding Frame
- #14 DIY My Dad Rocks Frame
- #15 DIY On the Ranch Wood and Metal Frame
- #16 DIY Frame Shelves
- #17 DIY Frame From Recycled Egg Carton
- #18 DIY Nature Frame
- #19 DIY Polaroid Display Frames
- #20 DIY Picture Frame Trio
#1 DIY Chippy Wood Frames
Shanty2Chic made these rustic-looking frames for about $7 each. See tutorial here.
#2 DIY Book Picture Frames
Have those old books you just don't want to part with? Turn them into adorable picture frames. Check out how Better Homes and Gardens does it here.
#3 DIY Twig Picture Frame
Make these super cute picture frames from sticks. Perfect for a Father's Day gift. See how Marian Parsons does it here.
#4 DIY Picture Frame from Old Window
Have an old window lying around in your garage? Use it for a vintage looking picture frame. See how I Am Momma Hear Me Roar does it here.
#5 DIY Newspaper and Magazine Frame
All those old magazines and newspapers can go to use for an artsy looking picture frame. Check out how how Saved By Love Creations did it here.
#6 DIY Popsicle Stick Frame
DIY picture frame with popsicle sticks. See how it's done on Club Chica Circle.
#7 DIY Sea Shell Frame
Shells make great gifts. But what f you could make them into a DIY picture frame for an even better and more useful gift? You can at Canadian Living.
#8 DIY Hot Wheels Frame
Whether you are an adult who loves cars or a kid who has grown out of playing with hot wheels, you can make an awesome picture frame with just a few simple supplies.
Parentsociety knows what they're doing when it comes to these picture frames.
#9 DIY Chevron Picture Frame
This can be the perfect addition to your teen girl's room. Super cute and simple. Find out how at Thriftspirations.
#10 DIY Mosaic Frame
Simple yet elaborate looking. Create this super easy mosaic frame with the help of Craftionary.
#11 DIY Glitter Frames
Byallison shows you a great way to add a little glam to your walls with these glitter picture frames.
#12 DIY Jeweled Frames
Add a little bedazzle to any room in your house with these frames.
#13 DIY Crown Molding Frame
Make use of that old crown molding by making it into a beautiful frame. See how it's done here.
#14 DIY My Dad Rocks Frame
Jody Arsenault was feeling like mom of the year when she thought of this great DIY frame idea. This frame is also very budget-friendly.
See how to make it.
#15 DIY On the Ranch Wood and Metal Frame
Joanie Hanks found that this frame is something to give that "hard-to-buy-for" guy in your life.
Check out her frame idea here.
#16 DIY Frame Shelves
The creator of Shanty 2 Chic has been working on making her daughter her very own bedroom. She made these great DIY frame shelves for her. What a cute idea.
See instructions here.
#17 DIY Frame From Recycled Egg Carton
This may be the cutest idea for a teen girl's room. See the instructions here from "A Day in the Life of Lillie."
#18 DIY Nature Frame
#19 DIY Polaroid Display Frames
Ashley Rose tells us how to make these adorable frames for Polaroid pictures. "Sugar and Cloth" is her site and she gives us ideas for how to make these.
See the instructions.
#20 DIY Picture Frame Trio
Shaunte checks out frames at stores and then recreates them at home at a much more affordable cost. She used some basic, inexpensive candlesticks and voila! She created these adorable frames. See her instructions.
Well, I'm sure you have no decided which frames you want to turn into your next DIY project. What a nice gesture to make one of these as a wedding gift or parent gift.
No excuses not to bring something to the party for the guest of honor. Have fun!