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Spring Refresh: Mini Clip Photo Frame Hack for Seasonal Decor

 Are you ready to spruce up your living space this spring? If yes, I have an easy and inexpensive DIY project for you. We will use one of Dollar Tree's mini clip photo frames to create a mini spring display that will complement your existing spring decor. This fun craft project can also be added to a tiered tray.  I'll provide you with a full list of materials below.

Spring decoration mini photo clip frame

Materials needed

  • Mini clip photo frame
  • Acrylic paint
  • Decorative floral napkin
  •  Mod Podge
  •  Paintbrush
  • Optional paper flower embellishment/magnet for hanging on the refrigerator
  • Letter stamps and stamp ink pad
  • Scissors
Materials-napkin, stamps, mini frame

Step One: Applying Paint to the Photo Frame

Start by taking a paintbrush and applying paint to the frame. I chose to paint my frame white. It took me about two coats of paint to give it complete coverage. Set your frame aside and let it dry.

Paint and mini frame decoration

Step Two: Cutting the Napkin

Use scissors to cut out any floral designs from your napkin that you want to use in your design. I cut a few leaves and mini flowers from my napkin for my design.

Decorative floral napkin and scissors

Step Three: Adding Mod Podge

Next, take your paintbrush and start adding Mod Podge to the frame. I added my Mod Podge in sections as I added my flowers and leaves individually. After placing them over the Mod Podge, I used my heating tool on low heat over the sections. Finally, I applied a final coat of Mod Podge to each of my cut-out designs.
Mod Podge, Paintbrush and floral cut-outs

Step Four: Adding the paper flower and Stamped Letters

I  added a paper flower to the clip on the frame. Next, I added my stamped letters on the bottom left-hand side of my decoration. I added the words "Spring is Here" to complete the overall look. 

Flower embellishment and clip frame

clip frame, and stamps

Hand holding letter stamp

Now, if you want to display your spring mini clip frame, you can use either magnet buttons or a magnet strip. Remove the stand on the back of the frame and add your magnet. I decided to leave my frame with the stand. I decided to add my mini clip frame to a tiered tray with a few other spring decorations.

Completed spring mini clip frame decor

I hope you enjoyed this quick spring refresh DIY. Thank you so much for visiting and creating this simple craft with me.

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  1. Huge fan of the Mod Podge flowers! The stamping is darling, too! Super cute. Visiting from Crazy Little Love Birds linkup.

    1. Jennifer, aw thank you. I enjoy working with Mod Podge and flower designs. 🌼 Thank you so much for taking the time to visit.

  2. Such a pretty project and I love the little stamps, they complete the look. Thanks so much for sharing with #MMBC. :)

    1. Jayne, thank you so much. I really enjoyed how this turned out. Thank you for visiting. :)

  3. I really enjoyed this project! Thanks for posting.

    1. You're very welcome. Happy to hear that you enjoyed it. 😊

  4. So cute! Thanks for sharing with us on the Homestead blog Hop. I hope we see more this Wednesday!

  5. I love your project. It is so sweet. Such a relaxing project to work on. I found you on Grandma's Linky Party. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thank you! I appreciate you taking the time to visit. I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed this project. :)

  6. I love this. And I like how you used stamping letters.
    Thanks bunches for sharing this tutorial with Sweet Tea & Friends this month dear friend.


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