This is my first tutorial, but I figured since I am always DIYing things for my house and for photography, I might as well take some photos and share my steps with everyone. I repurposed three of our old frames to make these cute Instagram photo "clothes lines" for above my son's crib.
Here are some shots of the final product.
I spend WAY too much at Target, and their dollar section gets me every time. It's becoming a problem...
I started My opening up the back of the frame and removing EVERYTHING, including the glass. I've seen some people just use the outer frame for an open look, which I love, but I wanted to mix it up.
I decided to frame pretty scrapbook paper, so I cut the scrapbook paper into 8x10 pieces.
I then placed the matte back down.
I then taped the piece of scrapbook paper down on the top, and placed a piece of twine underneath, and pulled it tight and taped it down on the sides.
The next step is optional. I placed the glass over the scrapbook paper so I don't need to find a new home for it, and so I have it when I want to use the frames differently down the road. I closed it all up, and used my mini clothes pins to pin my origrami instagram prints to the line, and ta da.
I love that I can switch these out easily, as much as I want. As a photographer and avid instagrammer, I have a lot of photos and I love the idea of updating constantly.
Thanks for looking! Comment below if you've tried it or like my tutorial!