Talia Christine's blog. Her husband actually handcrafted her frame from recycled wood (what a guy!).
Given that my hubby and I are not that handy, I decided to try and find a cheap frame. After searching the Goodwill, Michaels and Ross I finally found a version I liked at m the Burlington Coat Factory.
Anyway, I thought I'd post my version just so you could see how easy it is to create.
As I mentioned, I went to Burlington Coat Factory and found this 16x20 frame for $14.99. I removed the glass and matting and attached twine (purchased at Michaels for $2.50) and strung it across. I attached the twine with heavy tape (I was concerned that if I used nails, I might crack the frame) and using clothespins that I already had, hung up some of my favorite pictures from Camp.
I love this idea! I think it is a great way to display 4x6 prints and to easily interchange them. This would also be a great way to showcase holiday cards or give to a friend as a gift. If you end up making one for yourself, be sure to share a picture with us. Happy crafting!