Who doesn’t want to capture memorable moments of holidaying with friends, family or time that you have spend with your partner. As photos play an essential role to remind us of the days spend with our dear ones. So, why not frame these photos to live the happy moments of happiness long after you are back from holidaying. While personal taste is obviously the most important factor to consider when framing photos, you should also take into consideration the other aspects of the framing process.
Your photo frame should exhibit photos in the best possible light, also complementing the decor of the room. The right picture frame will help your photo to catch the attention of the viewers, without overwhelming it or clashing with it. Moreover, these frames also help in protecting your photo from damage or any other sort of deterioration. Here are few ideas on how to make a creative photo frame:
Painted Photo Frames
Painting your photo frames is an excellent option if you are bored and want to change the look of the color. Try painting all the frames on a grouping of photos one color, as this will help to tie them together visually. If you think any of your current photo frames to be gaudy or tacky, photo to oil painting over it in a neutral color, such as beige or black. You can also paint decorative flourishes onto frames–try using stencils to add interesting shapes and embellishments to them.
Bulletin boards and old crates can also be transformed to these frames when used imaginatively. There is something very quaint and interesting about old bulletin boards. Make use of this feature to accentuate your photos – just adhere them on to the board in a simple way and your half of the job is done. Same goes for the crates, attach photos to the inner side of the crates and fix painting hangers at the back. And its for sure that how these simple things add a great accent to your photos and turn them into artful home decor accessories.
Embossing is another wonderful idea to add creativity to these picture frames. This can be easily accomplished using embossing stamps and powders. Try to use stamping photo frames with flowers, foliage, insects, fleur-de-lis, fish, fruit or other decorative motifs.
Nondescript frames can be rescued by using intriguing, flattering matting. Always use acid-free matting, as other types of matting may damage your photos. While some frames need to be matched with the colors of the photo. Choose the matting colors that most appeal to you, taking into account that monochromatic tones tend to be most complementary.