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How to Create “Stickable” Picture Frames

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I love photos, especially of my son. But, there are some places that you can’t  put a beautiful framed picture (the car, locker,bathroom mirror, etc) so you have to settle for just a photo taped to something. That’s not pretty.

I decided to make a “stick-able” picture frame I could stick anywhere, even my car! The best part? It’s easy and super inexpensive.


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You can find these really cute frames in a lot of stores. I found these great small frames at Michael’s. They were in the bins for $1-$2 and sometimes even 30 – 70% off! I knew these were perfect for the car but how was I going to attach them without ruining the dashboard…especially since it’s a lease!


Command Strips

I bought a package of refill strips (since I didn’t need a hook), removed the little “kick stand” from the frame and I attached the strip right to the back of the frame!


How easy is that? I added it right to my dashboard. No more pictures tucked into the visor!

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These are really versatile too. If you don’t want to put a picture in one, how about using it as a label on a dresser or even a storage bin?


I also used one as a ring holder by my nightstand and in my kitchen. I used cork as the background and pushed an upholstery nail into the cork and voila!


How have you used these adorable frames in your home?



Friday 6th of March 2015

I love how you used these picture frames as labels on organizing bins. Thanks for sharing at the This Is How We Roll Link Party at Organized 31.

Brandi Clevinger

Tuesday 10th of February 2015

These are so cute! I espcially love the one for the ring.

Thanks for sharing your creativity.


Saturday 7th of February 2015

Just using Command strips to attach things is an excellent idea. The frames are sweet.


Saturday 7th of February 2015

Wonderful idea! I love it...especially the ring idea :)


Friday 6th of February 2015

That is a neat idea :) I love it :)

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