Floating Frame DIY

Grab an old or new frame and transform it into a decorative piece with this easy floating frame DIY. Using your vinyl cutter and a few supplies, make your own!

I grabbed a new “old” frame to create this EASY DIY for you! You can easily grab an old frame from the thrift store or one from your own stash. Using my vinyl cutter, I was able to tailor this to my liking.

Here’s what you need to create your own floating frame:

  • old frame
  • vinyl
  • designs (design yourself or get some from the Silhouette store online)
  • ribbon
  • drill
  • flowers (paper, silk or whatever you have on hand)

I don’t know about you but I absolutely LOVE my vinyl cutter. I own a Silhouette but a Cricut will work also.

And yes – as SOON as a hot pink one was available, I snagged one!!

Find or create the designs that you want and then cut them according to your machine specifications.

While your designs are cutting, you can drill two holes into the top of your frame. This is where we will use ribbon to hang it.

Make sure your glass and clean and dry, then apply you designs.

Once you have the designs where you want then, you can take your flowers and hot glue them to the glass giving your piece a three-dimensional effect.

This was my favorite part!

I wanted it to look like flowers were coming out the bicycle basket and so I hot glued them as such.

Tie your ribbon through the holes that you drilled and hang!

This adorable piece is sure to bring a little bit of sunshine to any room that it’s in.

I just LOVE the way she turned out! Every time I look at it, I smile.

Do you have some old frames laying around that you can transform into something new and adorable?

Want to be a part of our tribe and get access to ALL of our blog content, freebies and specials once a week? Click the image below and you’ll get my TOP TEN DESSERT RECIPES free! You’re going to want to keep this in a safe place because it’s going to become your go-to for all things sweet and yummy! You’ll get it instantly in your inbox so you can start planning what to create first!

One Comment

What do you think?