Fill your walls with fresh flowers by hanging jars inside revitalized old picture frames to make a uniformed collage.
Get this tutorial at What’s a Muse Bouche.
Exposed Bathroom Cabinet
Make this chic, exposed bathroom “cabinet” to hold all your soaps, lotions, and shampoos.
Get the tutorial at I Heart Naptime.
By removing the glass interior and adding wire, you can elevate an old frame into a beautifully crafted photo collage-esque display. Bonus: Add string lights around the frame to create a soft glow.
Get the tutorial at Anastasia Co.
Magnetic Organizational Board
Use a piece of magnetic metal and a long vertical frame to craft this vibrant organizational board, perfect for posting your to-do lists, coupons, or recipes.
Get this tutorial at The House of Smiths.
Using a $7 frame, bloggers Kristi and Kelli turned a thrift-store find into the cutest dry erase board using adhesive laminate and acrylic paint.
Get this tutorial at Lolly Jane.
Dessert Table Trays
Impress your guests when you serve them desserts on these cute trays. Spray paint the frames bright colors and line the glass with fun fabric or scrapbook paper.
Get the tutorial at Ruffled.
Layered Frame Gallery Wall
Go thrift store shopping to find cheap and unique frames to create this layered look. Pick out a color scheme, paint the frames, and arrange them into a fun yet sophisticated mash up.
Get the tutorial at Makely School for Girls.
A bottle of white spray paint quickly brings life back to an old picture frame. Add a pop of color under the glass with some scrapbook paper, and you’ve got yourself a new vanity tray for your makeup and beauty products.
Get the tutorial at I Heart Organizing.
Spend a weekend putting this cute terrarium together. Made from picture frames, the result produces a beautiful Victorian-style indoor oasis.
Adding wood to the backs of frames creates mini makeshift bookcases. Switch up the size and positioning of the frames, too, to create visual interest.
Get the tutorial at Change of Scenery.