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Cherished photos deserve to be displayed prominently in your home. Here are our favorite ways to embellish and arrange picture frames.

  • Embellish store-bought frames with strips of wood. Hang them together gallery-style to link a trio of pictures. The simple black-and-white photographs pop against a bold paint color.

  • The elaborate three-dimensional design painted in a cheery hue is a playful way to showcase basic art skills or cherished family photographs. Hang one, or a group, to instantly liven up any room.

  • A traditional frame like this one pairs well with vintage memorabilia, such as a colorful stamp collection.

  • A photograph surrounded by a lace-printed mat makes a charming handmade gift or wall display.

  • This charming three-picture frame helps you re-create your favorite memories with a sequence of photos, like the wedding scenes shown here.

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  • The familiar face or place in today's snapshot might be a mystery to those who will gaze upon it tomorrow. Keep memories fresh and bring the charm of an old-fashioned album to the pictures on your walls by giving each a thoughtful label.

  • Add pop to a collection of black-and-white prints by using mats in a rainbow of colors.

  • Photography: Charles Schiller

    Hang your favorite family portraits from the wall using wide satin ribbon.

  • Photography: James Merrell

    These sepia landscapes are framed by a decorative trim that sticks to surfaces when gently heated. The images and trim are arranged on freestanding panels that were painted to match the walls and then mounted when the artwork was complete.

  • Give a grouping of horizontal and vertical photos a chic, cohesive look -- and add interest to a long wall in a hallway or above a sofa or bench. Use the same frame and mat for each, then hang pictures along the same center line, spacing each two inches apart. Alternate horizontal and vertical pictures, using the latter at the ends.

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  • Photography: Maura McEvoy

    Black-and-white family photographs have timeless appeal, and our "vintage" mats make them even more compelling. Inspired by classic designs, these mats feature muted colors and traditional patterns that add style to snapshots.

  • Adorn your walls with a beautiful gallery of photographs using this simple process.

  • Store snapshots from a vacation or special occasion in a box that displays its theme on the lid.

  • Photography: James Merrell

    Frameless photographs can be mounted on sturdy art boards and linked by small hinges for an accordion structure. Color and black-and-white snapshots, portraits, and still lifes add to the effect.

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    Reminiscent of delicate snowflakes, doilies make elegant backdrops for your most cherished family photos.

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  • Children can use our frame templates to create these easy standing cardboard picture frames.

    How to Make the Cardboard Frame
  • Inexpensive and easy to cut, straw makes a surprisingly elegant material for wrapping photo frames.

  • Kids can use our Punch Around the Page deco fan punch to create this easy paper frame.

  • Rose stickers and a doily lace edge punch transform a white frame into a lovely setting for all your favorite memories.

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