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Interior Design - Decorate Your Picture Frames

Decorate a framed photo of yourself by adding your name!
Name Frame
Remember special pics by glueing the dates onto frames.
Puzzle Frame

Instead of hanging your photos in plain picture frames, why not decorate them to make them stand out? Kidzworld has a few creative ideas to instantly frame your Kodak moments.

Photos - Name Frames

A great way to personalize your picture frames is to add names. Just buy a package of alphabet magnets and glue your name onto the frames. These name frames even make awesome presents - glue on your friend's name and place a photo of the two of you having a blast at your last sleepover! You can stick any unused magnets on your fridge.

Photos - Puzzle Frames

Old puzzles can be used in a creative way to frame memorable photos. Just take a few puzzle pieces, write the date on each piece with a permanent marker and glue them onto the frame. This way, you'll always remember the exact day that you went to your first concert or that amazing party where you met that amazing guy!

Photos - Collage Frames

One of the coolest ways to decorate your picture frame is to make it into a collage. For instance, nature lovers can glue tiny pine cones, dried leaves or even small stones onto the frames. If you're into glitz and glamor, then try using star stickers to make your frames stand out. You can also make themed collages - glue pieces of your corsage onto framed prom photos, and last summer's vacation pics can go into frames that you decorate with seashells you saved from the beach.

Photos - CD Cases

If you're the kind of peep who stores all their CDs in a carrying case, instead of keeping 'em in their CD cases, why not put those plastic cases to use? Jewel cases make great frames for pics that look great when there are a whole bunch of them all hung together. Stick cool photos in them or maybe just hang them up with their CD covers still in them. And, when you get bored with the pics you've hung up, all you have to do is open the CD case and slip in a new pic!

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    Awsome!
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