Picture frames are one of the least expensive as well as one of the most common items found at any thrift store, which makes them the perfect asset to your Thanksgiving DIY projects.
Thrifting your decorations is an affordable, creative and fun alternative than buying them at retail, so St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores have compiled this list of five DIY decor ideas that you can do with thrift store picture frames to ready your home for all your upcoming holiday festivities.
Thinking about trying any of them out? Drop by our thrift stores located in Los Angeles and Long Beach where revenue goes towards helping the needy and homeless in Southern California! So, why not help your wallet, your planet and your neighbors in need by shopping with us this Thanksgiving season!
Five Thrifted Frame Decor Ideas
If you try any of these ideas or create your own decor from our store items, make sure to tag us on Twitter and Instagram @svdpla or Facebook @stvincentstore! All credit for these DIY crafts belongs to their respective owners. For how-to’s, click on the photo!
1) Food Trays
2) Fall Wreath
3) Mantel Art
4) Tablescape Centerpiece
5) Interactive Display – Write what you’re thankful for!
Our Thrift Stores
We have dressing rooms, restrooms, lots of parking, and a clean store with friendly staff.
Bring a bag of donation items with you! You can drop it in the bins by the door. Also, bring a snack or get fruit or a hot dog from the vendor outside. Our Los Angeles location is the largest thrift store in Los Angeles!
Your shopping serves the poor and homeless in SoCal. St. Vincent de Paul’s LA Council has 2,500 volunteers serving an average of 200,000 disadvantaged people a year with food, clothing, furniture, appliances, rental, bill-paying and other forms of assistance. We also operate food pantries, soup kitchens, a camp for disadvantaged kids and a homeless program for men on Skid Row.
We are a part of the Catholic, international St. Vincent de Paul Society, founded in 1833 in Paris, France, with over a million volunteers in 150 countries around the world, serving the poor of any religion free of charge.