With the kids back in school, I’ve started thinking about Fall. Seasonal Fall decor is popping up in all the stores and I’m beginning to see signs for festivals. This is my absolute favorite time of the year! So I’ve decided to do a Fall craft.
I’ve had this empty window frame for a few months and finally figured out what to do with it. Enter…my Fall Window Frame Project. 🙂
To be fair, I already had these cards made. I use to love making cards and have quite a stash of them. It makes me so sad to see them in boxes. So this project worked out perfect; now I can put them on display. As a matter of fact, I was thinking of switching them out seasonally. You could also write notes inside of them for your children to read. I’ll show you how I made it. Maybe I’ll write a post on card making sometime, too.
Here are the supplies I used. The first thing I did was cut down some white card stock that was 3/8″ larger then the opening of one of the rectangles in the frame. There were six openings in my frame, so I made six rectangles. If you have some white poster board sitting around, you could just cut that to the size of your whole window frame. I didn’t have it on hand.
Next, I laid out my cards in the order I wanted to place them in the window. I then attached them to the white triangles with some double sided tape.
Lastly, I attached the triangles with push pins to the back of the window frame. This makes it easy to change the cards out for the different seasons.
Here is a picture of the Fall Window Frame in my living room. It turned out better than I thought. What do you think? Are you going to try this project?