Make DIY Polaroid Frames with the Frame Punch Board

Hello and welcome to the We R Memory Keepers Blog. It’s me, Sandra, and I’m beyond excited to share my very first project here. I created a cute memo board. It’s a gift for a friend. It features handmade polaroid frames with the Frame Punch Board. I used one of the frames for the cover of a little notebook. I created a cute shaker window at the front with sequins and some fun chipboard stickers. In this post, I’m sharing a short step-by-step to create polaroid frames with the Frame Punch Board.

The Frame Punch Board comes with helpful instructions. You can start right away to create frames in different sizes and styles. I just followed the instructions for the polaroid frame. First, I cut a rectangle piece from white cardstock. Next, I set the pegs to achieve the desired frame size.

I used a polaroid frame for the cover of a small notebook. I cut rectangle pieces from white cardstock and glued them together with double-sided tape to make a little notebook. I used a plastic sheet to create a shaker window. The mini booklet is a great way to document memories or to create to-do-lists.

Since the memo board is a gift for a dear friend, I included two colored pens. I just stuck them onto the little paper squares that are attached to the 12×12 board.

The base of the memo board is a 12×12 piece of white cardstock. I attached paper squares with foam pads. The corners are highlighted with golden photo corners from Crate Paper. I like this special gift for a dear friend.

I hope you like my memo board inspiration. Have fun creating special gifts for friends today!

Xoxo,
Sandra

Supplies:
Frame Punch Board
Paige Evans ‘Go the scenic route’
Crate Paper ‘Fresh Bouquet’

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