Recycled and Repurposed Photo Display

       Inspiration strikes at the strangest times for me. 

Recycled and Repurposed Photo Display.

Like when I received a gift of soaps this year for the holidays. 

I liked the soaps... but loved the box!

This is one of those easy projects that anyone can do. 

I hope this simple project makes you think out of the box.  

When you find something that can be turned into something else... give it a try! 

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Not only did the box become part of my latest KonMari tidying up and purging obsession, but the inside of the box became my latest DIY project. 

DIY Recycled and Repurposed Photo Display.

How coincidental that this soap box had 3 cut outs and I have 3 cute grandsons?!

I made the cutest little frame by cutting out their photos and just popping them into the spaces. 

DIY Recycled and Repurposed Photo Frame.

I wrapped washi tape around the edges and pinned a ribbon to the top as a hanger. 

I wasn't done there...

It's the perfect little frame to hang on the recycled crib spring that hangs in the entrance to my kitchen. 

Recycled and Repurposed Photo Frame.

I hung this crib spring in my kitchen about 8 years ago. 

It catches all the latest family photos and special events for all to see. 

I use antiqued clothespins to hang them to the old rusty crib spring that is attached to the wall with screws. 

Old license plates for magnets, Rusty hinges, a wreath and a few special mementos adorn this much loved spring board

DIY Recycled Photo Frame.

It doesn't take something expensive to 
become special in this family.

Update: As I write this post grandson #4 is due any day... I'm going to need a new frame! 

Here are 8 more of my favorite repurposed
photo displays you can create! 

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .