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DIY Thrift Store Changeable Frame

I was thrifting the other day and found this old frame for $1, yup it came home with me!! I love creating with thrift store items! Also I love having decor that can be kept up all year round and decorated for all the seasons and holidays. This thrift store frame is just that, you can make it once and use it over and over! Come follow along as I redo this DIY Thrift Store Changeable Frame.


Thrift Store Frame 11×14

Black Paint

Window Clings I usually buy mine at Walmart or Dollar Tree (your choice)

Hot Glue Gun

First thing I did was take apart my frame and then painted it black, then distressed it using sandpaper. My frame started as white, I wanted it black. You can choose ANY color you want!

Second, I glued back in my glass using Gorilla glue, then added a bead of hot glue outside to secure the glass.

Finally add ANY window clings of your choice. Here I used a Halloween window cling. You can totally add a hanger if you’d like, I wanted mine to just lean on my shelf. You can also add a background with some scrapbook paper, again I wanted mie to be just the glass, as to not take away from my window clings. Leaving it plain allows me to choose any window cling I want without worry if it matches. You could also change out backgrounds! The possibilities are endless!

Here I used Christmas window cling!! How stinkin cute is this?! Isn’t this perfect to have out year round and decorate for any season! Not only is this EASY, it is is super inexpensive also, this was a $1.00 frame!! Do you think you’ll make one of these DIY Thrift Store Changeable Frame? I think you totally should make one!!

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  1. What a clever idea and I LOVE the way the wall texture is seen through the glass. Thank you so much for your very good tutorial!

  2. Beverly Arnold says:

    I love this idea!!! I have a variety of sizes of inexpensive glass Anchor Hocking canisters from Walmart in my kitchen. I put window clings on them and change them for holidays and seasons.

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