Hey girl, hey! I saw this idea on Tik Tok and decided to try it. Check out the video below, and make this beautiful project for Mother’s Day, wedding, new baby, graduation or any occasion!
Simple supplies, and all Dollar Tree!
Dollar Tree: Four 4X4 photo frames, florals, floral foam, Tumbling Tower game blocks
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Let’s make it!
Placing the first frame:
I picked out my frames first, then found my box in the summer section. There are also boxes in the area with gift bags and party goods. Just match up the size of box to your frames, but if you can’t, just secure them with craft sticks to use as a base on the bottom!
My assistant Judie printed the pictures for me and added them to frames.
I removed the kickstand from the back of the photo frame. (It’s easy, it just pulls off.)
Then I hot glued the backing to the frame to keep it together.
Next, I hot glued one side of the box.
This step is important: I added the first frame even with the bottom, but with one side flush and the other hanging over. This is shown in the next set of pictures.
The frame is even with the bottom of the box. The first picture shows the frame glued flush on one side. The second one shows it hanging over the other side. This will make more sense shortly! Stay with me, girl!
I used E6000 followed by hot glue on the part of the frame that hangs over the side. The E6000 has a permanent bond, but takes longer to set up. The hot glue sets up immediately and makes the craft go quicker.
I added a block to the edge of this one to help secure the next frame.
Time for the final frame! E6000 plus hot glue for the win!
Y’all know I’m on the floral struggle bus, but I try, girl, I try!
Hot glue some craft foam into the box, then just add your flowers and greenery!
A clear gift bag makes this so pretty! I just gathered the bag and tied it with ribbons and raffia.
I added a handmade tag for Aunt Criddy!
Y’all! I just love how this turned out!
This is a gift for my sister, Aunt Criddy, but now I have to make one now for myself! Let me know in the comments if you would add this to your “to do” crafting list!
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