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!
Easiest Christmas Picture Frame to Make
- One wooden picture frame
- A variety of Christmas wash tape
- 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.
- 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.
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This post has been sponsored by Blueprint Social and Consumer Crafts. All opinions are mine and mine alone.