I love decorating with pictures! It just makes the house feel so home-y!! But I might be awful at remembering swap out pictures. It just seems like so much work to open the picture frame, swap out the picture, and put the entire frame back together. Maybe it is because all our picture frames are from IKEA. Or maybe I am just lazy.
So I wanted to create an easy DIY picture holder that I could easily swap out pictures, along with holding papers and other goodies I have hanging around my desk.
This is an easy way to reduce excess clutter lying around your desk. And it is an easy way to keep multiple pictures displayed in a small space, as you can easily switch out pictures with ease.
How To Quickly Create A DIY Picture Holder
- Slant Frame (pick any size that works with your space!)
- Clothespin (I went with the oversized clothespins, but regular clothespins work perfect too)
- Hot Glue Gun
Start by creating a decorative clothespin following this tutorial using paper and glue!
You can also add some Washi tape to decorate the clothespin.
Attach the decorative clothespin using the hot glue gun. Put glue on the bottom third of the clothespin. Then add the clothespin to the top center of the slant frame.
Once dry, add pictures and display!
I told you this was an easy and quick way to DIY picture holder!! It is an easy way to reduce clutter from your desk and display pictures in small spaces. Use a larger slant frame for bigger pictures and paper. Or use a smaller frame for your desk.