DIY Family Names Framed Print

DIY Family Names Framed Print
This family names framed print makes a great Christmas or Mother’s Day gift and is so easy and inexpensive to make.

DIY Family Names Framed Print tutorial | www.knickoftime.net

I was inspired by some similar ones I saw on Pinterest, and wanted to come up with my own variation of it.  I always feel a little bit justified for the time I spend on Pinterest, when I actually *make* something I pinned on one of my boards!

To create this, you’ll need a frame, card stock paper, some shipping twine and adhesive scrapbooking letters – all inexpensive if you use discount coupons at Hobby Lobby.
DIY Family Names Framed Print tutorial | www.knickoftime.net
I just choose a font and typed them using Word, then printed it out on the card stock paper.

How to make a  Family Names Framed Gift | www.knickoftime.net

I could have created my own little pennants, but I loved these cute little stickers I found, so I just stuck them to a length of shipping twine.

Decide how you want it to drape across your page, then stick down firmly.  Leave just a little excess twine on the sides to wrap behind the paper and tape on the backside, the put in your frame.  DONE!

DIY Family Names Framed Print tutorial | www.knickoftime.net

It is SOOO easy and you can make this project for under $15 – even less if you buy a frame at a thrift store.

DIY Family Names Framed Print tutorial | www.knickoftime.net

I made several of these as gifts, so here’s 2 other variations I made.

DIY Family Names Framed Print tutorial | www.knickoftime.net

DIY Family Names Framed Print tutorial | www.knickoftime.net
Blessings,

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  1. Angie- That is really really cute. I love your take on it- xo Diana

  2. Great idea! Love them!

  3. Angie,

    I love this – and I have a frame like that last black one that I’ve had for some time and didn’t know what I could use it for! I think I’ll give this a try! Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Too cute!

  5. Really sweet and simple. I like easy. I need something like this to go with my family photos on the wall.

  6. Ok, I have to make one. It is so darn cute:) Thanks for the idea!!

  7. those are really cute….
    Debbi
    yankeeburrowcreations

  8. Nice idea, and I like the different frames used!!

  9. What font is that? I really, really like it.

  10. Love it so I’m pinning it. I can see myself making Christmas gifts of this.

    Bliss

  11. I pinned this too so I can remember to try this idea, Thanks!

  12. The font is called Calamity Jane.

  13. Those are adorable! I’m pinning, too!

  14. Oh, I love how those turned out! pinning!

  15. I LOVE this idea! Very creative! I just started a new link party and would love if you would come on over and share your post or social media sites. http://designeddecor.com/talkin-about-thursday-3/

    DeDe@DesignedDecor

  16. Oh, Angie, I just love your family names prints… what a clever (and adorable) idea! All three versions are so sweet, but my favorite is the first one–I love the touches of red.♥ Thank you for sharing your how-tos.: ) xoxo

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