As many of you know, my husband owns a brewery that opened this past year (yay!). Prior to the opening, he and his 3 partners spent about a year doing renovations to the space. Fortunately, we have a ton of pictures of the process, so one of his partners gave me an old window frame and asked me to turn it into a picture frame. What a great idea, Ben. I will do that. 🙂
Most of the photos were taken on a phone, so the quality wasn’t good enough to blow to fit the entire frame. I printed 4×6 photos and centered the images in each frame. That seemed to work out well.
Want to make your own? Keep reading!
window photo frame supplies
- window frame
- Photo corners (self adhesive)
You can find the corner adhesives for your photos in the scrapbooking section of any craft store.
If you’re looking for an old window frame, check out upcycle shops, consignment shops or junk yards.
Step 1: adhere your photos
Adhere the photo corners to one of your printed photos and center it in the window frame. Press down gently.
Repeat until all of the windows are filled.
I left the top left frame open because I want to put a brewery sticker or some other form of branding in there (which I don’t have at the moment). I’ll be sure to add another photo when it’s totally finished.
Depending on where you want to display your window, you might want to get some frame hangers.
Hope you like this one. Please leave your thoughts in the comments.
2 thoughts on “DIY Window Photo Frame”
Your window frame looks great! We have several old windows we saved, I really need to do something like this at some point!
It’s such a fun project! You should definitely consider using one of your old windows for it. I’d love to see it if you do please share pictures!