Homeschool Christmas Crafts: Tile Picture Frames!

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Christmas is so much fun! You can do fun crafts like these tile picture frames. The smell of something baking is usually in the air. There are lots of festive decorations that puts everyone in good moods. Plus, we get to celebrate the birth of our Saviour! What more could you ask for?

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These tile picture frames are easy enough for even the littlest people to make and gift to everyone. Personally, I would check out the thrift shop for cheap picture frames to do this craft. You’re going to cover it up anyway so all your looking for is flat edges. No one will know it was the ugliest picture frame ever made when you’re done with it.

Get a bag of mosaic tiles and a bottle of tacky glue from Hobby Lobby and you are ready to go! Put on some Christmas music, make some snacks, and get your craft on. It’s as easy as applying glue to the frame, setting the tiles in the spot you want them, then wiping off the excess glue. Let dry in a safe place away from cute little hands who will want to touch it.

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Homeschool Christmas Crafts: Tile Picture Frames!

  • Author: Jamerrill Stewart

Description

These tile picture frames are a great craft to work on fine motor skills as well as color discrimination.  


Ingredients

  • Mosaic tiles
  • Picture frame with flat edges
  • Turbo Tacky Glue

Instructions

  1. Remove backing and glass from frame.
  2. Apply glue directly to the frame and arrange the tiles as desired. 
  3. Wipe away any excess glue that squeezes over the tiles.
  4. Allow to dry completely before packaging.
  5. TIP: While the glue is still dry, gently press a flat edge against the side of the tiles to align them perfectly.

Voila! Beautiful tile picture frames ready for gift giving. You can give with a note or find a fun photo of the recipient and put it in there. Got a favorite drawing from one of the kids? Scan it and minimize it to add for grandparents. The possibilities are endless.

Want more Homeschool Christmas Crafts?

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Peppermint Brownies Gifts In A Jar

White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies In A Jar

Toffee Pecan Cookies In A Jar

5 Bean Soup Gift In A Jar

Want to bake some Christmas treats too?

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