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Clear Frames + Scrapbook Paper + Post-It + Ribbon and Tag = Cute and Inexpensive Gifts by bhembling

Post it gifts. I LOVE it! Clear Frames + Scrapbook Paper + Post-It + Ribbon and Tag = Cute and Inexpensive Gifts. Would make great teacher gifts!

4x6 acrylic photo frames, scrapbook paper inside with co-workers name, and post it note on the outside= inexpensive Christmas gifts for co-workers

acrylic photo frames, scrapbook paper inside with co-workers name, and post it note on the outside= inexpensive Christmas gifts for co-workers.maybe use an acrylic clipboard with a larger tablet, but love this idea.

post-it note holder using an upside down acrylic frame that is decorated. Idea for Holiday Secret Shoppe.

Clear acrylic frame, scrapbook paper, post it notes; what a great idea! I have to try this for Christmas gifts this year for coworkers!

Clear Frames + Scrapbook Paper + Post-It + Ribbon and Tag = Cute and Inexpensive Croptoberfest Gifts

Clear Frames + Scrapbook Paper + Post-It + Ribbon and Tag = Cute and Inexpensive Gifts/ teacher gift idea

Making coasters from inexpensive tile and scrapbook paper; great homemade holiday gifts!

DIY Coasters for Christmas! -

DIY Coasters with Scrapbook Paper and Mod Podge: Step-by-step Photo Tutorial: great handmade gifts or craft for kids to help with

Choose scrapbook paper... cut attach baggie inside fold top hole punch and tie a coordinating ribbon. Love this!

Party Goodie Bag/Cover~ Pick a piece of scrapbook paper, cut to size, attach baggie inside, fold top, hole punch and thread with coordinating ribbon! Pretty and inexpensive goody bag for anyone. Will be just right in rainbow paper.

make your own coasters with 4x4 tiles & 4x4 scrapbook paper! then put mod podge on tiles and let it dry! spray a coat of clear spray paint! finally attach felt pads to the buttom!!

Make Your Own Coasters - tiles, scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, clear spray paint and felt. Adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry. Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry. Attach felt pads to the bottom.

This is such a creative idea! Put cardstock or wrapping paper on a piece of cardboard and frame it, then attach a clip to the paper so you can change out the photo. So SO cute!

LOVE this idea: Spray paint a cheap frame, scrapbook paper in frame, hot glue a metal clip, change out photos as often as you want. This would be great for kids' artwork from school.

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