I take thousands of photos every year. With my smartphone, it’s easy to capture the moment. The problem is, they are not organized in an album, framed on the shelf, or hung on the wall. They live on the computer.
With Father’s Day approaching, it’s time to bring those photos to life in my household. I want to look at the special milestones, the firsts, the trips, the laughter, and all the fleeting moments…and I want to share them with my husband and dad. I’m putting my kids to work to craft up some DIY picture frames they can give to their dad this year.
I found 15 affordable DIY frames you and your kids can make in an afternoon. They’re simple to make, and even better, they’re gifts from the heart.
Jessica Gregg is the oldest of the three sisters who founded j. sorelle, a lifestyle + events blog. With a background in Public Relations and wedding planning, Jessica can’t get enough of beautiful events and fine details. As a blessed momma to 3 amazing kiddos, she is always elbow-deep in flour, paint and laundry…or whatever else is on the menu for that day. She is a total hopeless romantic, married to her high school sweetheart. She can’t live without her faith, her large Italian family, morning espresso, and red wine. She loves to write about DIY projects, yummy recipes, fun crafts for the kiddos, pretty weddings and creative parties at j. sorelle. You can also find Jessica and her sisters on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.