Fuzzy Family Picture Frame 7

Hi friends, it’s Danielle from sprinklesofzeal and I would like to start this blog post off by saying happy holidays to you! I hope this year has been full of loving moments and gratitude.

I want to show you how to create a pipe cleaner frame using the MONO Multi Liquid Glue. Let’s gather our supplies and get started.




Step 1. Download the Pipe Cleaner Design Template

Review the pipe cleaner template and choose your favorite design.

Step 2. Sketch the Pipe Cleaner Placement lines

Use a ruler and Tombow 8900 Drawing Pencil HB to draw the placement lines. I created four lines, but I only used three jumbo pipe cleaners.

Step 3. Add the Glue

Add the MONO Multi Liquid Glue over the placement lines. The glue lines should match the shape of your pipe cleaners. Ex: If you decide to use the loop design, then draw loop placement lines.

Step 4. Adhere the pipe cleaners to the frame

Gently place the pipe cleaners onto the wood frame and fold them back. I decided to use colorful pipe cleaners for my frame, but you can totally use holiday colors.

Step 5. Let the Frame Dry.

Wait until your pipe cleaners are completely dry before you trim the sides. It’s best to allow the frame to dry overnight.

Step 6. Trim the Pipe Cleaners

Flip the frame over, then use some scissors to trim the pipe cleaners from the sides.

Check out these two finished fuzzy frames below. Aren’t they cute?

Step 6. Add a handwritten note.

Use the Tombow Zoom L105 Ballpoint Pen to write a thoughtful note for yourself or a loved one. Then, add it to the frame.

how to create a pipe cleaner picture frame by Danielle Webb @sprinklesofzeal #tombowusa #MONOGlue #DIYgift #Crafting # Pipecleaners

how to create a pipe cleaner picture frame by Danielle Webb @sprinklesofzeal #tombowusa #MONOGlue #DIYgift #Crafting # Pipecleaners

how to create a pipe cleaner picture frame by Danielle Webb @sprinklesofzeal #tombowusa #MONOGlue #DIYgift #Crafting # Pipecleaners

That’s it! Did you enjoy creating this pipe cleaner frame? If so, be sure to tag #tombowusa and @tombowusa to start your finished frame.

Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year!



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7 thoughts on “Fuzzy Family Picture Frame

  • Maisie Peacock

    I love the idea of having a family photo frame on my wall, but I don’t want my pictures to be encased behind glass or plastic. Your family picture frame is a beautiful option for displaying your photos where the top frame and the bottom frame are connected by fuzzy, soft yarn. For my dissertation defense presentation, I am also looking for some professional help. Getting professional help is all I need.

  • Mark Ashly

    I am glad to see how beautifully you made family picture frame. I am having plans to made one for my sister. She will be soon having her marriage anniversary. I can gift it to her on that occasion. Your simple steps will help me to hands on this project. I have bought CPT 2022: Professional Edition which is amazing and meet all the my expectations of medical study.

  • Eliza Beth

    This frame is looking very cute decent and above all its very easy to make. I think we can ask for kids to built these homemade arts and craft stuff so that they can spend some creative time in their holidays. I must say that the end results are looking very amazing and its very colorful frame.

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