I shared my DIY Western graduation favors with you for Tyler’s Senior table and today, I’m gonna share how I gave a plain photo frame a rustic makeover using scrapbook paper. A lot of the times, I never can find a western type frame that I like that doesn’t look completely cheesy so I learned to just make my own. Since I’ve making a scrapbook for Tyler’s graduation, I thought I’d just use some of that scrapbook paper to create a frame for his display table. Since it’s also in his scrapbook (which will be on the table for all to see), then I think it will bring the whole theme together a bit.
Now I honestly have no idea how to walk you through this so I’m hoping that my photos give you enough information to make it work. You simply need the following:
- Photo frame with flat sides (Walmart)
- Scrapbook paper in your choice of design (Hobby Lobby)
- Glue (I used a glue stick ’cause it’s all I had but decoupage would be great)
With a little measuring, I simply cut the sides first and glued them on, then cut the top and bottom, and glued them on. I made sure that it wrapped around to the back of the frame. You’ll simply snip at the spots that need to be folded; the inside middle of frame and outside corners.
Have y’all done this before? Pretty easy and a very budget friendly way to get the frame you want! This is of my son Tyler and his friend Kara — Mr. and Miss Highland YEEHAW!