Easiest Christmas Picture Frame to Make

This is the easiest Christmas picture frame to make ever! I am sharing this craft as part of a sponsored campaign. Who couldn’t use $250 in craft supplies? I love crafting and I am always searching for new craft supplies to inspire my next creation. That’s not always as easy as it sounds.  I live in a small town and access to craft stores is minimal. I cannot tell you how many times I have come up with a craft project to do only to abandon it because I cannot find the supplies I need. It’s so frustrating!

I received a box of craft supplies from Consumer Crafts to share this post with you.  I was really amazed at how easy the site is to shop.  You can shop by type of craft (Kids, Floral, Bridal, Jewelry, etc.) or use their search bar to search for the specific craft item you’re looking for.  You can even create an account and add things to your “favorites” list so you’ll remember which items you needed for your next project. You can even check out their sale and just added sections to get the best deals and newest items.

I was truly amazed at how affordable the craft supplies are at Consumer Crafts.  My personal favorite is the washi tape!  I have totally fallen in love with washi tape and they have a great selection to choose from.

Right now, you can register to win one of six $250 gift certificates to Consumer Crafts! Just think how many craft supplies that would buy!

Christmas picture frame to make with washi tape

Easiest Christmas Picture Frame to Make

Materials

  • One wooden picture frame
  • A variety of Christmas wash tape

Directions

  • Remove the back of the frame and the glass or plastic so that just the frame is exposed all the way around.
  • Wrap the washi tape around the frame in a diagonal pattern being careful that it lays flat on the corners.

Easiest Christmas picture frame to make

  • To give the frame a finished look, you can cover all four sides with a solid color of washi tape.
  • Put the frame back together.

Easiest Christmas picture frame to make

 

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Register to win one of six $250 gift certificates to Consumer Crafts! Just think how many craft supplies that would buy! I got all of this for only $50!

Easiest Christmas picture frame to make

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This post has been sponsored by Blueprint Social and Consumer Crafts.  All opinions are mine and mine alone.

 

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Comments

  1. Christmas already…..NOOOO!! ha/ha just kidding Ellen.  What a great idea!! I always worry when I’m giving pictures to people at Christmas time that they will want to frame them differently than how I do it.  Now I can do this and make it kind of it’s own gift wrap!! Love it!! Pinned & Tweeted!

  2. I think the frame came out nice. We’ve abandoned projects for lack of materials too (and recipes, but that’s another story 😉 ).
    I entered the contest. Thank you for sharing it.

  3. I love this concept because it would be so fun to choose the tape and colors and make a variety that would all look different.

  4. I cannot believe that Christmas is in a few weeks, yikes!! And that frame is so cute! Love how easy it is to make, plus you can use this how-to for any holiday 🙂

  5. oh that is pretty, I have never worked with this tape before but I have heard great things about it, I will have to give it a try – thanks for sharing!

  6. This is really pretty and you are right that it is easy to make. I love how pretty it is and that there are so many variations that you could do with different prints!

  7. This is right up my alley – and my girls who both adore Washi tape and keep asking for more. Thanks!

  8. Karen Glatt says:

    This is a very pretty picture frame that I think is so nice to put Holiday pictures in. I think you did a good job in making this picture frame look so festive. I would love to make this!

  9. WASHI TAPE! So many uses and purposes! Love the simplicity of the frame! I like what I see in your goody box, I cannot wait to see what else you make from it!

  10. That is adorable!  It would be perfect to do to a thrift store find as well. You have inspired my next craft.  🙂

  11. That is such a cute frame, Ellen, and it would be perfect for a gift too!

  12. Love this! What a great way to make a festive custom frame. I’ll have to check Consumer Crafts for washi tape, haven’t tried using it yet and these would be great holiday gifts!

  13. Aww. That is so awesome. I would love to make one of those.

  14. That is a cute frame. I love how easy it is to make. Maybe the kids can make this to add to their presents this year.

  15. I have never heard of washi tape! What a wonderfully simple craft idea…thanks for the inspiration!

  16. Wow that was easy!

  17. Richard Hicks says:

    This is so easy to do.  Frame looks very nice and festive too!

  18. What a beautiful picture frame!  I love gifts like this because they demonstrate to the recipient that you really went out of your way to pick and create the perfect gift for them.  This is a great way to save money by making gifts.

  19. Washi tapes seem to be hot these days, see so many craft ideas using washi tapes. Yours frame is nice!

  20. It looks great! I’ve never used washi tape but have been hearing a lot about it lately. I’ll have to see if they carry beads and related items.

  21. Keely Hostetter says:

    That is really cute and unique, will have to do with my kids

  22. That is super cute! When I first looked at it I thought that it was fabric and not tape.

  23. This is cute, and easy too!

  24. I know exactly what you mean, lack of supplies are a problem for me as well.  I am def checking out Consumer Crafts, looks like a great deal!  

  25. nice and festive!
    you can really do this for any holiday/theme

  26. This is super cute! And the perfect way to use up all of those wrapping paper scraps I have laying around!

  27. christine reyes says:

    This is a great idea. I think my boys would have fun helping to make one!

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