Decorative Picture Frame Decor

Make this cute decorative picture frame decor to welcome fall into your space. It’s perfect for seasonal art and is so simple!

chalkboard printable in picture frame

Up today is a very short tutorial for simple decorative picture frame decor that’s the perfect way to add texture and interest to your living space. This is a great fall craft to do with the kids, or as a girls night out. Anyone can do this!

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Decorative Picture Frame Decor Supplies

decorative picture frame decor steps to assemble

My original vision for this project was to make an actual chalkboard with a frame covered in moss and sticks. After I thought about it, I decided that a chalkboard printable would be so much easier. My biggest discovery when I was shopping for this project was finding peel and stick moss. I had no idea there was such a thing, but it’s fun and super simple to use.

decorative picture frame decor with natural elements

How to Make Decorative Picture Frame Decor

  • Measure the width of your frame, and cut 4 strips of the moss. Next, peel the backing off, and carefully adhere it to the frame.
  • With your glue gun, apply pinecones, acorns, and sticks to your frame. I started at the corners and worked out. You can embellish just the corners, or fill up the entire frame.
  • I’ve linked to all the items needed for this fall craft in the list above. Definitely try to gather pinecones, acorns, and sticks from your yard or other outdoor area.
  • TIP: if you use natural acorns or pinecones from your yard, make sure to kill any bugs first. Put your items in a resealable bag and place the bag in the freezer for a few days.
framed chalkboard printable

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  1. Hi Ann,
    I enjoy your blog and have been following you a long time. I want to down load the two digital cookbooks you offered – pumpkin and apple recipes. I have tried numerous times and haven’t figured out the password. Help!

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Val…sending you a private email now!

  2. Thank you! What an amazing idea to bring the outdoors in. Thank you for “ALl” your inspiring lovely decorating ideas! You are truly talented!

  3. Brand I Rau says:

    Thank you do much! It is the perfect piece to start Fall! It is lovely!

  4. Kristi Flournoy says:

    This is such a beautiful quote! Thank you for creating/sharing. It looks like you printed an 8×10–how big can it be printed? I have a chalkboard frame that is gorgeous and it holds a 24×36 poster size print. Could this be printed up to that size without being pixelated? Thank you–Kristi

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Kristi…I sent you a private email!

  5. What great timing on the fall craft! I was just looking at my summer decor and thinking I should change to fall over the Labor Day weekend. The pumpkin recipes look great too! Thanks so much, Ann.

  6. Denise :) says:

    This is just darling! I love the moss-lined frame; very sweet. And the printable is ! :) Your email was timely this morning. I have been wondering about your calendar for 2023, too—question answered! I couldn’t find the apple cookbook in the OSP member library … where should I look? Thank you for so graciously sharing with us!! :)

  7. I think you have a real winner here, what a fun addition for fall. I would love to see a larger frame done this way and hanging on the front door. Fun for Fall!!!
    Happy weekend,

  8. Lost Roses says:

    The sticky sheet moss is genius! Years ago I saw a frame in a boutique in Vail that was entirely covered in tiny pinecones. But it was way beyond my budget. Went home and copied it with little cones from my neighbor’s yard and was so proud! Over the last twenty years half the cones have fallen off and it’s in need of a re-do. Thanks for the inspiration!

  9. WOW! Now that’s an awesome idea:) Love it, Ann!

  10. Love that frame. I am always drawn to nature inspired décor !

  11. This is lovely…I look forward to trying this!

  12. Marlene Stephenson says:

    Great idea and i will definitely try it. Thanks Ann

  13. Pamela Gordon says:

    Ann, I really like this idea. Our son and his wife love the outdoors and like to do home made or local shopping for Christmas so I may just try this for them. I’ve never heard of peel and stick sheet moss either. Pinning this idea! Thanks!!

  14. Jackie Stewart says:

    Thank you for such a cool and easy fall craft! Looking forward to making it!

  15. What a lovely idea Thanks for sharing. I need a trip to the craft store. Your posts are fantastic

  16. You are amazingly talented and are so kind to share your inspirational decor with everyone. I need someone like you to keep me motivated to enjoy life again.

  17. Nancy McIntosh says:

    Another wonderful craft that makes me want to drop everything and start making it! Thanks for sharing this neat idea.

  18. Yvonne @ StoneGable says:

    Ann! What a fabulous and fun and so full of fall idea! Your blog is my downfall! I love everything you do and want to make it!!! I could spend hours here! BTW LOVED your post on End of Summer and Thank You! Very sweet and personal. You are a treasure!

  19. How cute Ann, I’ve never seen sticky moss in a sheet before. Your frame and printable are perfect for fall. Have a wonderful holiday weekend.

  20. Dorene @ Seasonal Chapters says:

    This simple craft is so charming Ann! I am definitely going to make one and use it with your printable as part of my fall decorating. Thanks for sharing!