I'm headed to GMT tomorrow to share some things you can do with some 'things' you get for Christmas that you might get in abundance from relatives....like frames. I'll work on a more prolific vocabulary before 9 am tomorrow...Frames: There is only so much wall space, right? As opposed to sticking these guys in a box labeled 'spring garage sale'....here's a repurposed idea that is super easy to throw together....seriously. I've seen it around, always considered trying it out, and 3 minutes later....I did.
Basically, instead of pictures, though you could do a collage of pictures as well, I bought some scrapbook paper. This particular frame required two sheets, so I just matched the design and taped it together on the back, then trimmed it down to size using the insert inside. 44 cents total on that.
I found these handles at Hobby Lobby, though any home improvement store should have them, but every other week HL puts their knobs and handles half off. I used furniture tacks (nails are fine too) and hammered them into the frame (the only trick is making sure it's a real wooden frame, if it's not-use permanent glue).
I've seen where people have also used knobs to create little feet for their stand, but.....I only have 4 1/2 minutes, and two other projects. Incidentally, no feelings were hurt in the making of these projects-I went to the thrift store for frames instead of my gift supplies!