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How To Make A Stylish Photo Frame For Several Photos

Here is a simple yet stylish photo frame that can accomodate quite many photos at once. The idea is very simple. Fasten twines on the empty frame and hang photos using clothes pins on them. You can use a frame you bought or a frame you made by yourself. To make it you just need to find some wood strips, sand them, paint or stain them and fasten together with the staples and nails. Yes, everything is as simple as it sounds.

 

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41 Comments

  1. MommaHen Says:

    This is such a cute idea!

  2. Ariiaa Says:

    Hmmnm..i like it..easy yet very interesting..and its actually looking good…now i know where i’ll be keeping my photos.. ;) Thanks for sharing.. :)

  3. Megan Says:

    how do you fasten the twine to the frame?

  4. gerard Says:

    This is such a cute idea! I just found an old picture frame of mine that’s too weird of a size to find a painting for–now I know what to do with it!!

  5. machinegirl Says:

    cute! reminds me of what I did with a similar old frame. I put small hooks along the top and i have my necklaces displayed (and colour sorted because im weird like that) along it. and my bracelets on the side.

    One thing though, you wrote “fastern” twice. It’s “fasten” there’s no R.

  6. Mike Says:

    Thank you for noticing =)

  7. Emnm Says:

    I was just at pier 1 imports over the weekend and they have a frame just like this. It was between $20 and $30

  8. maori tattoo designer Says:

    Fantastic! I might have such a frame, so will try it today! Thanks for sharing!!

  9. Amy @ A Nest for All Seasons Says:

    adorable!!

  10. Carrie Says:

    What do you use to pin the twine down ?

  11. Mike Says:

    Decorative nails.

  12. Kathy Says:

    Where did you go to print your pictures that size?

  13. Marilyn Says:

    Great idea. Thanks for sharing this idea. May try it soon :)

  14. Belinda Says:

    I use Kodak.com to print out wallet size photos. You can choose a sepia finish with a White border which looks great

  15. Jackie Paulson Says:

    What a cute idea, and even if you painted it- would be nice too.

  16. Rhea Says:

    Hey,
    love the idea. It’ll be perfect for my dorm room! I like that you can change or add or rearrange new pictures anytime you like.

  17. Anna Says:

    Where on kodaks site did you print these photos at? I can’t find it

  18. Yassmina Says:

    its so cute!

  19. Marlene Says:

    Now im going out and find some nice woodsticks :)

  20. shirlsew Says:

    Cute Idea. I painted the frame to match my teenage girl’s room, strung bright rick rack in different colors and used mini craft clothes pins in coordinating colors. She can constantly change up her pics. Looks really cute.

  21. Kaleigh Says:

    I have some metal frames I’d like to do this with. Anyone have ideas for how I could attach twine to metal frames?

  22. Mike Says:

    You should drill some holes in your frames.

  23. Nathan Says:

    I don’t see how this is stylish. It looks like shit.

  24. Pam Says:

    This is so cute! Totally glad I stumbled here. Thumbs Up!

    And you could also do the weekly chore lists for you children on cards. love it.

    Pam

  25. Julie Says:

    How large is the frame?

  26. Carol Says:

    This is a great way to use those old frames that the glass has broke. Love it.

  27. Cassie Says:

    I just pinned one of these images on Pinterest. 417 repins and 87 likes. I hope this helps spread the word!

  28. Mike Says:

    Thank you =)

  29. heather Says:

    i bought an old window frame from a flea market for $6 to do hang pics from–easy & cheap

  30. sanem Says:

    loved it.. thank u!

  31. Kare Says:

    I have this strong urge to run over to the second-hand store and ask if I can buy, “Just the frame and a bag of wooden clothes pins.” lol

    I’d like to get one of the really big frames and use some decorative ribbon or i-cord. That way I could hang myy 5×7′s. As a scrapbooker, I always have unclipped or oddly shaped photos hanging around. Now they can literally hang :-P

  32. Joanna Says:

    How can I take new cloths pins and make them look old.

  33. Bastet Says:

    This is so fenomenaaaaaal!!!!!

  34. reihaneh Says:

    very good idea

  35. Taylor Says:

    This is such a cute idea! What size is this frame?

  36. anonymous Says:

    love this idea! like how u can change the pics without a hassle

  37. Nicole Says:

    You could also use instax photos! They are like polaoids but the cameras and film are still easily available and fairly cheap. Then you would get that real vintage feel.

  38. Trina Says:

    I love that this is sooo simple, but can be customized in really cute or sophisticated ways to fit any decor. Thanks for sharing.

  39. Danielle Says:

    What sort of finish do you use?! I love it.

  40. MICHELE Says:

    Olá!!!

    Desejo receber novidades e receitas através de meu e-mail.

  41. Margaret Says:

    Kaleigh – why not wrap the string around the frame to hold it in place. If it is wrapped a couple of times, it could actually be a feature of the frame.

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