This is such an easy and inexpensive Halloween Decoration. This triptych wooden frame is so versatile. You can make these for any Holiday and by using the removable glue dots, it can quickly be changed into a fall/Thanksgiving project on November 1st!
By taking three $1.00 frames and hooking them together with baling wire, we were able to make a more substantial Halloween decoration. Adding the scrapbook paper and the scrabble letters allowed us to personalize it to our taste.
Triptych Wooden Frame Supplies:
- Three $1.00 frames
- Scrapbook paper
- Scrabble letters, stickers or die cuts
- Baling wire
- Wire cutters
- Acrylic paint or spray paint
- Foam brush
- Glue dots
Watch this video for a complete step by step tutorial on the Triptych wooden frame:
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Triptych Wooden Frame Instructions:
Step 1) Drill holes in the wooden frames as shown in the picture.
Step 2) Paint the wooden frames with acrylic paint or spray paint. Let dry.
Step 3) Connect the three frames with baling wire.
Step 4) Using the cardboard that comes with the frame as a template, cut out 3 shapes of a different Halloween pattern paper.
Step 5) Put the paper with the cardboard for stability back in the frame. You can add pictures to the frames if you choose.
Step 6) Staple Halloween ribbon or torn material to the back of the top frame for hanging the frames.
Step 7) Add scrabble letters to the front of the frame with glue dots.
You can easily change out the wooden frame for Thanksgiving by changing out the paper and words.
This is a coordinating triptych frame to the one above. We changed the color of the inexpensive frames, used different scrapbook papers and die cuts, and changed the ribbon. Same concept but completely different look.
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