How to.. make Paper Photo Frames

Paper Frames

Paper craft is back (I told you I still had some up my sleeve! Scroll down for links to other paper craft ideas).

Today I would like to show you how to make super simple photo frames – one frame, 3 different mini variations. They stand up by themselves, or add a magnet and make a fridge frame (a lovely and tidy way to decorate your fridge!!). Your kids can decorate them too -colour or stick stickers or glitter on! I hope that you like them.

This was another one take wonder, so I apologise for a) background garden noise and b) that vlog ends apruptly!

Here we go:

Thanks to Birgitta for reminding me how to make these!!!

And how lovely – this got featured: UndertheTableandDreaming

Use Dollar Store paper and you have a perfect entry for The CSI Project Challenge!Visit


More “How to…”s: 

How to make a Flower Pom Pom (guest post) – simply gorgeous – use as wedding decor!

How to make a Paper Envelope 

How to make a No Sew Bib (out of an old shirt) 

How to make a Fabric Mâché Bowl (from old scraps of fabric!) 

How to make a Paper Flower (from newspapers)  (guest post) 


26 responses to this post.

  1. Love this idea, really cool


  2. You explained it well…thanks, cute idea!


  3. Cute!


  4. Those are too cute !:D

    Have a great weekend!


  5. Great tutorial. Found you via friday fun finds. Hope you can visit me sometimes over at Pittypat Paperie.


  6. Great! Thanks so much for linking up to Finished for Friday.


  7. That is so cool! Thanks for sharing!


  8. What an adorable gift idea! Great tutorial. Super cute! Thanks so much for joining the Sunday Showcase Party! I greatly appreciate it! I’ll be featuring these in a post today. Stop by and grab a featured button if you like. Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn


    • Posted by Red Ted Art on June 7, 2010 at 3:31 pm

      Oh how wonderful! Thank you for featuring!! Coming to get featured button now 🙂 x


  9. Awesome!! What a great idea!


  10. Very cool. Great tutorial!

    I would love for you to check out my blog for a fun giveaway!
    Have a great night!


  11. Thanks so much for posting to Its So Very Creative. This is a great and thrifty project.



  12. what a neat idea! Your video was super easy to understand and your accent was a pleasant surprise!


  13. I came by last week to look at your project but was just looking through all of them. I don’t see the us of any of our sponsor’s products on your project? You are more than welcome to enter another project that has used at least one of the products. You do need to have your entries in by this evening.



  14. love this I believe I will try it many years ago I made frames using fabric


  15. Thanks for the inspiration! We made them and they came out great! Check out our version:

    Thanks again!


  16. Thanks for sharing @ Anything Related!


  17. Lovely simple idea which I’ve not come across before. I did a project on my blog for some Fridge Frames too:


  18. Thanks for linking up to Tot Tuesdays! What a neat and thrifty idea. I hope you’ll join me again next week for another fantastic party! Have a great week!


  19. Posted by haruki2008 on September 18, 2010 at 1:03 am

    I was looking for a paper handicraft for our Buddhist children’s Sunday class tomorrow. Thanks for the idea, it’ll be great!


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