Picture Frame (medium, self-standing kind)
- Keep in the kitchen and slip a recipe card into it when cooking to keep it
- Use for storage of awards/pictures you no longer wish to display. Several
will fit in a frame. Store the frame flat in a closet.
- If you are bored with the look of a wooden frame, stain it a different color
and reuse it.
- Let children decorate a wooden frame with paint and then allow them to
hang it in their room with their own art work inside it.
- Save the glass and backing of standard size frames for when others break.
- Use for hanging emergency phone numbers and instructions in the
basement or garage.
- Replace the glass with a mirror and hang it for a new look.
- Make a small picture frame (wallet size or 3x5) into a coaster. Glue
something soft (material, etc) to the back so it does not scratch your table.
- Use the cardboard backing as a fire starter.
- Glue your child's artwork to the cardboard backing of a picture frame.
Display on a wall or as a stand-up without the need for a frame.
- If a wooden frame is broken, simply glue or nail it back together.