Have you seen those wood frames for $1 at the craft store? They are a plain canvas, but you’ll be surprised at how many ways there are to decorate them! Not only are these thrifty frames great for the crafter on a budget, but they are small enough that you can use up items from your stash to make them pretty. My friend Melissa created this laminated fabric wood frame in minutes using Mod Podge. Do you need ideas for decorating frames? Click through the jump to get some!
Dimensional Damask 1 of 15This frame uses a wood piece added to the opening with glue for a special touch.
Learn how to do it at Mod Podge Rocks
Frame Vase 2 of 15Turn frames into a vase cover by attaching four and painting.
Get the step-by-step at Cleverly Inspired
Cherry Blossoms 3 of 15Mod Podge pretty paper to your $1 frame then add a pretty embellishment.
See the project at Fancy Frugal Life
Jewelry Tray 4 of 15Turn a frame into a tray by adding paper to the opening and feet to the back.
See how it was done at Kae Pea
Finger Painting 5 of 15Let kids finger paint art to go inside the frame, then decorate with stickers and give as a gift.
Learn more at Sweet Rose Studio
Four Tiers 6 of 15Decorate and tier four frames using basic hardware for the perfect piece of wall decor.
Find the step-by-step at How Does She
Bright Bunting 7 of 15Painted bunting chipboard pieces add a fun touch to this wood frame.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Happy Halloween 8 of 15Use a few sheets of holiday paper and Mod Podge to personalize a frame in minutes.
Find out how at Cleverly Inspired
One Inch Punch 9 of 15Use paper cut with a one inch punch and Mod Podge to cover the front of the frame.
See how it was done at Mod Podge Rocks
Vintage Alphabet 10 of 15Make this frame by painting, embossing and adding vintage letter tiles.
Learn how at Plucking Daisies
Key Holder 11 of 15Paint and add hooks to the bottom to make it a keyholder.
Find out how at Literally Inspired
Ombre Beads 12 of 15Paint beads in an ombre pattern then attach them to a frame for a unique effect.
Find out how at Dollar Store Crafts
Mixed Media 13 of 15Let kids have fun with a frame, paint, tissue paper and Mod Podge.
See how it was done at Mural Maker
Recycled Magazine 14 of 15Angie Mod Podged magazine strips to a frame in an ombre pattern for a pretty touch.
Get the step-by-step at The Country Chic Cottage
Bead Edge 15 of 15Embellish a frame with leftover Christmas bead garland and spray paint.
See how it was done at Homework
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