Taylor made this picture frame for Daddy's birthday back in September and I'm just now getting around to posting it.
I know I say this about most of my tutorials, but this is a super simple, easy, fun, inexpensive project. My daughter LOVES to play with glue. I have been known to give her a full bottle of white glue and some paper and other bits and have her sit at her table in the craft room, and empty the whole bottle and just play with it however she chooses (keeping it confined to the table, of course). It drives my husband crazy but is one of the best ways to keep her occupied!
Anyway, I knew she would love decoupage with her love of glue! So I decided this was the perfect project to create for Daddy.
Set up: Tear bits of tissue paper in desired colors. Pour white glue or Mod Podge into a small container.
Process: Have your child brush glue onto the frame,
then press tissue paper onto the frame, then brush another layer of glue.
It doesn't matter how "messy" it looks, the finished product will look beautiful!
These are on our holiday gift list, too!