Feeling a little crafty for a photo frame craft? Last year I was tired of making goals and never sticking to them.
I needed a new approach. Something I could look at every day.
I’m not big on spending money on projects for myself. Maybe it’s a mom thing, or maybe I’m a penny pincher.
But, from inspiration, I decided to make a cute photo frame craft for my bucket list.
The title bucket list is my preferred name over goals because honestly, I hate the word goals.
Want to know more about why every mom needs bucket list goals?
This photo frame craft only took me about five minutes to make. And it would be a lot easier if I didn’t insist on using this pretty tape.
How to Make a Bucket List Photo Frame Craft
Here are the things you will need:
- 6×8 photo frame
- decorative tape or pretty paper
- letter stickers
- Dry Ease Marker
The first thing you will need is your photo frame. If you have bigger handwriting you might consider purchasing a bigger frame size. I have small handwriting so the 6×8 worked well with a list of 5 bucket list goals. You can purchase photo frames fairly cheap at the dollar store.
Instead of throwing away the paper that was inside I used the paper to put my pretty tape on. Recycle when you can right!
I tried to match the pattern up as much as I could. It was pretty easy, even for a perfectionist.
Once the photo paper was all decorated, I put it in the picture frame. Now, of course, you could use scrapbook paper or an inspiring photo. As long as it’s not too busy to see your writing on. For the front of the glass, I bought letter stickers (this was before I owned the best craft cutting machine).
On the front, I put My Bucket List with glitter black decorative letters. Put your style into this craft. You want this to be pretty! Want to know more about my Cricut cutting machine.
Here are my goals from 2016. I put specific dates set so I could put my bucket list goals into action rather than just looking at them.
Want More Photo Frame Craft Ideas?
There’s nothing greater than a beautiful craft that’s cheap and fun! So here are some other ideas you can try from some other great bloggers.
- Tangles and Tangents Photo Frame Dry Erase Weekly Calendar
- Celebrate the Moment’s Dry Erase Prayer Photo Frame (already made for you)
- My Sister’s Suitcase’s Easy Dry Ease Menu Planner
- Check out where I got my inspiration for this craft from
Get crafting my friends! And, let me know if you tried this bucket list photo frame craft and tell me what you think in the comments below.
You can also check out my photo frame craft I made for Thanksgiving. Last year we put it on our mantle to keep the spirit of thankfulness flowing around our household.