Monday Made It!

I’ll be honest, I didn’t have a chance to make something new this week!  BUT, I have lots of ideas that I want to share and this week is something that is SOOOO incredibly simple, and SOOOO incredibly inexpensive. (AND people think you spent a lot of time or money!)
So,without further ado, I bring you this week’s Monday Made It, hosted by 4th Grade Frolics

Okay…. you need 2 things-  Scrapbook frames (12×12) and fun paper.  Simple as that.  Well, scissors if your paper is larger than 12×12.  Whenever scrapbook frames go one sale in Michaels for $5, I buy a ton!
This is the first one I ever made.  3 pieces of scrap book paper that matched the towels I used in my half-bathroom.   Just choose your paper, open the back of the frame, insert and close!  DONE!  See, SUPER simple.
Another super simple MMI…. wine rack + fun towels located over a toilet in a half bath.  These are the towels I matched my scrap book paper to in the pic above 🙂
So, after making those fun frames for my bathroom, I found these awesome gift bags in Target.  Instantly fell in L.O.V.E.!   Hmmm…..

 Awesome bags + scrapbook frames….

 …. and a few nails to hang them up!

ugh! glare!  soooorry!

  Truly, you can’t get much easier than that!  The hardest part is choosing WHICH awesome paper to put inside (and obviously, you could always make a scrapbook page to put inside too!)

A big thanks to Tara at 4th Grade Frolics for another awesome linky!

Categories: DIY and Monday Made It.


  1. Jamie,
    Have to start by saying LOVE THE DOG! LOL…only a dog lover would do that right? I also think your idea for the frames is brilliant. I did something similar. I found scrapbooking frames on sale at our local dollar store, so I bought one, inserted some scrapbook paper and a graphic that said “____ more days until summer vacation” I used a red dry erase marker and counted down the days! Everyone thought it was hilarious, I took it VERY seriously this year! Enjoyed your post immensely, I will have to go out and buy more frames now!

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