Free Printable – Rejoice Always
Hey guys, I’m back with another free printable! This Free Printable – Rejoice Always is an 8×10 that will fit perfectly in this frame and it costs less than $8 to make, or you can make the frame below. For other great printables, check out my Etsy shop here: Paper Vine Studios.
One thing about having all this extra time on my hands is I was able to make a few more printables that I will be sharing with you soon and I also made some frames to go with this printable. I made a total of 6 frames and 6 printables to update a blank wall in my dining room that I had no clue what to do with! One of the benefits to having extra time! The total money spent was $30 to update my wall, most of the supplies I already had. That is definitely my kind of deal!
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You can also make this DIY Shadowbox Frame. These Printables fit perfectly in this frame and it costs less than $8 to make!
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Remove the glass and spray paint all your frames with a light coat of spray paint, less is more! I did use 2 coats, and let that thoroughly dry in between coats. I sanded it all down after. I found these frames at Hobby Lobby, they had a few different sizes, I used the 11 x 14. They were 50% off when I bought them which meant $5 per frame, that is a great deal! If you’re not sure of Hobby Lobby’s sale cycles, read here: Hobby Lobby’s Sale Schedule. You can also check back here on Sundays for their weekly ad!
Once the paint is dry, lay the frames down on the mailing paper and trace the perimeter of the frame with a pencil. If you don’t have mailing paper, you could also use contractor’s paper or kraft paper. Sometimes Dollar Tree has the mailing paper in stock. Cut the paper down to size, you don’t have to worry about it being perfectly straight, the frame will cover the rough edges.
Print your free printable and lay that in the center of your mailing paper and adhere with hot glue at the edges. Now use a dab of hot glue at the top and bottom corners of the mailing paper and stick on your frame. I found it was easier to do the top 2 corners first, then gently lift up the paper to line the whole frame with hot glue. Repeat with the bottom 2 corners. You can see it in the pictures below.
Here’s how it looks! I chose to leave the glass off because my kids always throw balls in the house and I didn’t want broken glass everywhere!
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P.S. That’s also a sneak peek of another free printable!
I will also be sharing the plans for that floating wall shelf, as well as those frames and the other printable you see!
Also, if you want to make this or share it on social media, please link back here, I spent a lot time making these so I could give something away for free, it would take a lot less time to link back here! Make sure to check back soon for more free printables!
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