DIY Flag Photo Collage Frame

DIY Tutorial: Flag Photo Collage Frame | The Happy Housewife

Want a cute and patriotic way to display all those photos from 4th of July festivities? Look no further! This DIY flag collage frame is inexpensive and easy–and one that the kiddos could even help with too (if you’re not too perfectionistic about even stripes)!

To make, you’ll need 4 wooden frames (6 would be really cute too for a more traditional, rectangular flag shape), red, white, and blue paint, paintbrush(es), mod podge, stars (you could use stickers, free hand cut them, or use an electronic cutter like a Cricut or Silhouette).

STEPS:

DIY Flag Photo Collage Frame How To

1. Gather your supplies. Remove back and glass plate from frames.

2. Paint the frames. Start with the blue one since you’ll want it to dry first. Then, paint the flag stripes. It helps to paint the lower two quadrants together so that the stripe lines are more even. You could get extra detailed & use painters tape for the lines if you want. After painting, make sure you give them adequate drying time.

3. Once the blue frame is dry, decide on your star layout.

4. Mod podge on the stars. Let dry.

5. Attach frames together. This could be done in a variety of ways–staple gun, wood glue, hot glue, or any combination of those supplies. Really, it doesn’t matter what you use as long as it will hold the frames together.

6. Decide on your photos, put the glass and backs in, then display on the wall!

7. (optional) If your frames don’t have a hanger, then you can attach wire to the back and hang that way. Use a bow or some other embellishment to cover the wall hanger.

Enjoy displaying your favorite 4th photos in such a festive way!

DIY Flag Photo Collage Frame

Hope everyone has a very fun and safe 4th of July weekend, celebrating this great country of ours!

*This post was written by Sara, a contributing writer for the Happy Housewife. Read more from her at Mom Endeavors.

About The Happy Housewife™ (Full Feed)

This post may contain a link to an affiliate. See my disclosure policy for more information.

Comments

  1. This is AWESOME! The 4th is such a fav holiday of mine (I love the USA) and this year
    I decided that I”m making a patriotic banner to hang outside for our bbq… and then
    each year make another decoration. Your frame idea may be next! It’s so cute!
    Thanks.

  2. This is so adorable, thanks for the neat craft idea!

  3. What a great craft! It gives me all kinds of ideas!!!

Speak Your Mind

*