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How to make washi tape picture frames

I don’t know about you but my fridge is covered with magnets – often holding up the latest letter from school or shopping list. There’s always room for more so I was happy to review some personalised photo fridge magnets from PicStick.

The site is easy to use, you can upload 9 images from your computer, Facebook or even Dropbox. They come in a grid of 9 photos which you can easily tear apart. For some reason I received two sets of my chosen photos but fortunately my sister was here when they arrived so I was able to share them with her.


Photo magnets are a brilliant idea. I love looking at my photos and this is a fun way to look at my favourites. The magnets are glossy and wipe clean too, so perfect if you have two little monsters who love admiring the new pictures of themselves!

I added them to my fridge and thought I would make some colourful washi tape picture frames to really show them off. I love crafting with washi tape and as you can tear it, it’s great for crafting with kids too!

washi tape picture frame

We chose a couple of rolls of washi tape and cut them to the right length before sticking them to the fridge to make a simple picture frame. The children really enjoyed making these and they can change the magnets as often as they like.

washi tape picture frames

If you fancy trying out PicStick for yourself then I have been given a 25% off voucher code for you to use, simply use the code GINGER25 when you check out and don’t forget, shipping is free anywhere in the world.


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    Emma @ P is for Preschooler
    August 28, 2014 at 11:50 am

    I love how easy these are – but they look great too!

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      August 28, 2014 at 3:15 pm

      Thanks! We love crafting with washi tape 🙂

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