Use a dollar store frame for an easy Christmas Craft. Combine a gift box and a frame for a pretty holiday decor piece.
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I’ve seen several fun ideas using Christmas gift bags as art. I decided to switch that up a little and use a Christmas gift box along with a copper frame from the dollar store.
Easy DIY Christmas Craft
I gathered the supplies that I needed, all from my craft stash. The box and the frame are dollar store finds. The sprigs are from the dollar bins at Target.
I used the glass from the frame to measure the box and a paper cutter to cut it to fit. You could also use a ruler and scissors. Place the printed side of the box down into the frame.
I bought a few packages of these cedar sprigs at the dollar spot at Target last year. I wasn’t sure what I would do with them, but they are just what I need for this Christmas frame craft.
Using one of the sprigs as a tree, I positioned it onto the frame and added a few dots of hot glue to hold it in place.
The copper bells are the perfect addition to the sprig tree. They are all hot glued to the frame.
Putting this together took less than 5 minutes and it’s a pretty addition to the bar cart in our dining room.
Sometimes, simple, easy, inexpensive craft projects turn out even better than I expected them to.
If you like budget friendly Christmas crafts, this one is for you!
Supply List for Dollar Store Christmas Frame Craft
- Copper Frame
- Christmas Gift Box
- Greenery Sprigs
- Copper Bels
- Hot Glue
- Paper Cutter or Ruler and Scissors
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