We stumbled on to this unique DIY first because of how awesome it is, but secondly the name, Say Uffda made us giggle a bit. We immediately fell in love with Morgan’s crafty blog and had to get her in on sharing it on our own blog. What started as an impromptu trip to Michael’s lead to one of the coolest DIYs we’ve ever seen! Follow along below for a brief rundown on how to make the frame, but make sure you head over to her food slash DIY blog. Seriously, the best of both worlds, right?
- 2×2 PostalPix Grid of Instagram Prints
- Wood Burning Tool
- Recollections Mini Polaroid Frames
- Mod Podge
- Foam Brush
- Printed Out Hashtags/Titles
- Glue Gun/Sticks
- Gather all of your materials from your local supply/craft store like Michael’s.
- Print out the hashtag labels you’d like to have burned into the wood frame, no more than .52” tall x 1.8” long. Feel free to experiment around with the size of the font depending on what you’d like to write.
- Cut out the labels and shade the backside with your pencil.
- Transfer the labels onto the frame by tracing over the letters of the label with your pencil. This will transfer the graphite and make it easier for you to burn the letters into the wood.
- Wood burn the letters with your tool. Really, you can freehand this whole step if you’d like.
- Attach the photos to the back of the frame and adhere it with Mod Podge around the edges. Regular glue should suffice, but Mod Podge does a great job of sealing as well.
- Let everything dry.
That’s it! The frames are super easy to make and now you have a neat wood burning tool that you can use for future crafts. Follow along with the rest of Morgan’s DIY to learn how to adhere it all to a ribbon like she does in her tutorial.