Making a Tween/Teen Frame for $1!

Throughout the day I’ll post the Tween/Teen projects I made this weekend.  There are 10 different projects in all, so keep checking back for more photos.  These all cost very little or no money and it was FUN making them with this tween niece of mine in mind.  After all the final photos are shown, I’ll post directions for how I made them at the end. (That way the directions will be at the top of the blog!)

So here’s the first one — a fabulous photo frame – notice how I have an alligator clip and clothespin sticking out from the sides? This allow you to add even more photos to the frame and gives it a fun look, too! I found the wood frame at the Dollar Store — it had a small nick in the wood, but that was no problem — it’s now covered with scrapbook paper!


Here are 7 steps for making anything with this technique:



Filed under Thrifty Under $50! DIY Challenge, Tween/Teen DIY Gift Ideas

7 responses to “Making a Tween/Teen Frame for $1!

  1. This is sooo cute and very practical. Thanks for the idea!

  2. Love the idea of adding the alligator clip and clothes pin so she can add more photos!

  3. Adding the clothes pin & clip is a great idea! This turned out really cute!

  4. Lorraine

    That is so cute and girls love those frames.

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