Need a sweet and sentimental handmade gift idea for the holiday?
Learn how to create this dyed wood photo frame ornament in today’s video. This craft would make a great keepsake or special gift for grandparents.
You don’t have to dye the wood pieces (I used a tie dye kit to turn the wood a red color). You could paint the frames or leave the veneer raw. Either way,it would make a charming ornament!
SUPPLIES USED: (affiliate links)
Wood Photo Frame Cutouts –
Tulip One-Step Tie Dye Kit – (you probably don’t need the jumbo pack I have, any starter kit will do.)
Protective gear (plastic sheeting/gloves)
Glue (hot glue and/or craft glue)
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– Camera: Canon T3i, since discontinued –
– Lens: Sigma 30mm lens –
– Takstar Interview Microphone –
– Voice Over Mic: Blue Snowball iCE –
– Lighting Kit: Cowboystudio 4 Piece Kit –
– Music: Scored by me with GarageBand
– Software: Windows MovieMaker
* None of the content in this post is sponsored. (Hi FTC!) I did receive the tie dye kit several years ago from Tulip for a prior blog post project and used leftovers in today’s craft.
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