Do you ever print out pictures and you don't know what to do with them? There aren't enough to scrapbook and you really don't want to frame them but you do want to display them. Here is a super EASY and inexpensive way to display your pictures. I happened to do them for Christmas, but you could do this for any season.
Start with a large binder clip, I used three because I have three boys
Cut paper out at 2" x 1 1/8". I made a back for all of them, but it really isn't necessary. **This is a great project for all of those scraps you just don't know what to do it!
I stamped white cardstock with snowflakes. I'm keeping with a green/red theme because that's what Christmas I have, but navy blue and silver accents would look so cute with these
snowflakes! I also inked the edged with red ink.
I then put glitter glue on one snowflake. I chose the red one, so it would really stand out. You can do this to all of them, I just wanted one to stand out. I didn't do this to the back, just the front.
Here are my three that I did. I just stamped randomly, but luckily the red snowflakes happened to be on opposite sides and on in the middle.
A closer look at the glitter glue, the color is just clear.
I then put some little brads on the paper and glued the paper to the binder clip, usually a tape runner.
**I put the glitter glue on and then put the brads on and then glued it to the clip. Because of that, I stuck my finger in the snowflake and smeared it, having to do another one. So I would first put the brads on, then glue onto binder clip, THEN put on the glitter glue and wait to dry.
Here are the clips on my piano displaying the Santa pictures, too bad Santa doesn't have a beard... oh well.