Tissue Confetti DIY Decorated Photo Frame is a paid collaborative post with Bostik. This is a super simple craft DIY that is a perfect group craft for tweens and teens. Just imagine doing this as a birthday party craft or with a group of beavers or cubs. Alternatively, you could make this for the birthday boy/girl and pop a picture of them in it.
I found the inexpensive frames in B&M but you could also use wooden Ikea frames or ones from Amazon. The tissue paper confetti was leftover from our bleeding tissue paper canvas. I am a holder of craft materials for times just like these!
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- Photo Frames
- Bostik PVA Glue PVA Glue (UK Link/US Link)
- Tissue Paper Confetti (UK Link/US Link)
How to make Tissue Confetti DIY Decorated Photo Frames
I love how this DIY Decorated Photo Frame is such a simple inexpensive craft and uses so few materials but can turn out so different depending on who does the making!
Start by removing the glass from your frame, that way you keep it clean no matter how much glue you use.
Start by adding glue to a small area and placing some confetti dots. We found it easier to do a bit at a time, adding more glue and layering where necessary.
You can also cut the confetti dots in half for areas where you don’t want a whole dot.
I love using tissue as you get a fab effect when it creates layers.
Once you have covered your frame then you need to cover it with PVA to prevent the tissue ripping and to give the frame a glossy finish.
Once it is dry then clean the glass and you can start using the frame.