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Snow Flake Frame

Snow Flake Photo Frame to celebrate winters – DIY


I like photo frames specially those that are decorated & crafted with a personal touch. Since it’s winter season and though it hasn’t snowed as much this year in the US mid-west so far (I’m not complaining :-)) but without snow winter can’t be fun.


In this DIY I have converted an old photo frame by adding snow flakes around it. This is a very quick and simple technique and you can add anything not just snow flakes.



All we need is a fabric with snow flake print, glue, any old photo frame (of any size)  and of course scissors.



All you need to do is use the fabric to cut out snow flakes shapes from it.



Now you just have to glue the snow flakes around you frame neatly.



That’s it .. you Snow Flake decorated & hand crafted frame with a picture of your loved one is ready within 5 mins.


As always I’m eager to hear from you, about your projects and craft work. It would be great if you leave comments using the form below. Wish you all a happy winter with some snow not a whole lot!!

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  1. I love simple easy projects like this. This is soooo cute!

    I’m hosting a Winter Wonderland link party on Monday and would love it if you linked up!

  2. Good idea! I like having festive things around the house to get in the spirit for the holidays, winter, etc. Instead of glue, can I use something that won’t damage the frame, in case I decide to remove the fabric?

    • TheThinThread says:

      Dear Mimpy,

      Thanks a lot for visiting my blog, your comments and giving me some new ideas. In one of your comments you said that you want to make the “snow flakes frame” but you are worried that the glue might damage the frame. I suggest that you go for washable glue or craft glue which doesn’t leave any marks or spots but hold strongs all type of ornamental or fabric embellishments.

      If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Please do share your craft pictures when you are done.


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