From HomeMade Simple- 7 ways to repurpose picture frames:
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Treat yourself to a personal style board by framing cork sheeting, found at nearly any office store. Once assembled, use decorative pushpins as hangers for organizing jewelry. Since pins are easy to move around, have fun experimenting with new pairings as you plan your next outfit!
Dry Erase Calendar
Frame the page of a calendar, a blank grid or simply draw a grid onto your frame’s glass with a dry erase marker. These specialty markers are safe for writing in upcoming appointments, holidays and to-dos on your glass. To start fresh each month, just wipe the glass off with cleaner.
Family Message Board
Making a quick run to the grocery store? Leave a note on your family message board. When you make your own, everyone can stay in the loop—whether it’s keeping track of after school activities or dates to remember. Hang useful coupons, too, and never miss out on savings again.
Maintain your newly repurposed organizer’s appearance by regularly dusting it with Swiffer Dusters® Extender. Since it extends up to three feet, you can get into your organizer’s nooks and crannies without missing the top of the frame.
Pegboards are essential organizers, and with so many different hangers and compartments to attach, they’re simple to customize. Frame a pegboard and use it for craft supplies, garden tools or office supplies. Try creating a few in different sizes to hang as an arrangement in your area.
Magnetic Entryway Organizer
Measure the size of your frame so you’re prepared to have metal sheeting cut to size at your local hardware store. Frame the sheeting, then place heavy duty magnetic hangers on it, found at home stores or online. Mount your magnetic organizer in an entryway to hang hats, shopping totes and keys.
Chalkboard Grocery List
Paint your frame’s backing with chalkboard paint, or if it isn’t included, paint a piece of wood that’s been cut to fit your frame. Once mounted, your stylish new chalkboard can be used for lists—like groceries or much-needed school supplies.
Artwork Roundup Station
Hang twine, ribbon or strips of fabric across your frame, creating a line you can use to hang artwork and so much more. We love hanging kids’ latest creations with clothespins, but you can hang your favorite prints, family photos or even finds from the outdoors—like drying flowers.
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