Easy Halloween Photo Display from a Thrifted Frame

Inside: How to make an easy Halloween photo display so you can enjoy all that kid cuteness from years past!

I’m pretty sure nothing’s cuter than little kids in their Halloween costumes. Am I right?

So Halloween comes and goes and we take a bunch of pictures and then pretty much never see them again. All that cuteness gone to waste. No bueno.

Well, this year I’m enjoying all the Halloween cuteness from years past with this super simple Halloween photo display, and it was such an easy project!

Best part? It’s one of those projects that you can literally have done in less than one nap time. (It’s even easier than my DIY Halloween door decoration.)
easy halloween photo display from a thrifted frame

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I kept costs low by using a thrifted frame that I picked up at the Goodwill.
thrifted frame turned halloween photo display

 What you will need to make a Halloween photo display:

easy halloween photo display from a thrifted frame

How to make a holiday photo display…

The first thing you’ll want to do is get rid of the insides of the frame so you have just the frame. If you spray paint it, give it a light sanding first and then a few light coats of spray paint. Let it dry completely.

easy halloween photo display from a thrifted frame

Next, you will attach the paper rope or string in what ever pattern you wish, securing it with a staple gun on the back side of the frame. To start and stop the string use 2 staples, bend the extra rope or string down at a 90 degree angle, and then staple again. This will keep the rope or string from slipping out.

easy halloween photo display from a thrifted frame

Once the string is attached, plug in your hot glue gun and arrange your cut outs how you want them on your frame. Once it’s hot, attach the cut outs to the frame with a small amount of hot glue.
cute halloween decor

To add a little flare to my mini clothes pins, I attached foam spiders to each pin using the sticky dot already on the spiders. If you find some of these cute little things that don’t have a sticky dot, or if the sticky dot isn’t sticky enough, you can use hot glue here too.

easy halloween photo display from a thrifted frame

To get my photos a bit smaller than the standard printing size, I inserted the images all over a Word document page, then took my file to FedEx Office and printed them on thicker paper with their super duper color printer. easy halloween photo display from a thrifted frame

When I got home, I cut them out and clipped them to my new Halloween photo display!

easy halloween photo display

Now I get to enjoy the memories of past Halloween fun all month long! My little girl who is 5 1/2 (she would be so mad if I didn’t say the 1/2 part) loves looking at the pictures too. I’m sorta impressed with how much she remembers about each year and it’s so much fun to reminisce with her.

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Corey is the creative behind Hey There, Home where she shares easy-to-follow and beautiful home decor and entertaining ideas. Her mission? To make home decor accessible to everyone, even if you don't consider yourself crafty, and to empower people to decorate their homes in a way that they can actually be lived in, not just looked at.

3 thoughts on “Easy Halloween Photo Display from a Thrifted Frame

  1. Such an adorable tradition!! Love it!

  2. I love that you have to say 5 1/2! Our 5 1/2 year old neighbor is very particular about being 5 1/2 too. I also love the idea of displaying pictures of past halloween costumes! I need to get on it.

  3. I love this idea! I maybe taking the next step and making one for Christmas with our past holiday photo cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

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