Framing Picks

Below is a list of my favorite frame choices from Click each picture to shop then slide your favorite Story Map right inside. Scroll to the bottom of this page to see how to frame a tea towel!

Thin 8x10 and 11x14 Frames


100% natural Pennsylvania oak frames with a slim modern profile. Available in 8x10, 11x14, and 24x36 inches in black or beige. Shatterproof plexiglass and two metal hangers for easy hanging.

Set of Six Assorted Frames


Would you like to make a gallery wall? This is a set sold together. Multiple finishes and options. I tried them in a gold finish and love it. Use with or without the mats. This 7-piece set includes: four 5x7s, two 8x10s and one 11x14.

Set of Two 11x14 Frames with Mat


Set of two MDF frames with mats. Non-breakable clear acrylic with two layers of protective film to arrive scratch free.

11x14 Wood Frame with Mat


The frame is matted to hold one 8" x 10" photo or one 11" x 14" photo when not matted. Made from solid wood and includes glass. The rustic wood finish complements any casual, rustic or modern farmhouse decor style.

Set of Six 11x14 Frames with Mat


Six-pack 11x14 frame set with mats for 8x10s. (Or use without mats for 11x14 prints.) Acrylic fronts and sturdy backboards to keep the prints in place.

Tea Towel 22x30 Frames


The warm finish applied to this barnwood classic reveals natural oak and quality craftsmanship that compliment nearly any decor. With its smooth lines and versatile style this frame pairs beautifully with a tea towel mounted over linen.

Tea Towel Framing Tutorial

How to frame a tea towel for your home, kitchen or nursery space! This makes a really unique gift too.

Choose a Tea Towel.

Choose between many tea towels here. Each one is approximately 19" x 28". Iron it to lay flat nicely. There is no need to wash it before you frame.

Choose a Frame.

Choose a 22" x 30" frame. This one from Walmart worked perfectly! It comes in white as well. Shop this frame here.

Choose fabric.

You can get creative here or stay simple with white. A polyester blend lays flat with no ironing. If this intimidates you, just head to Walmart and choose one yard of their white linen or order online here.


Cut the fabric the same size as the backer board of the frame. Layer the tea towel over the fabric in the center and assemble the frame. The pressure should hold it in place. If it slips or wrinkles you can lightly apply this spray glue.

Step 1: Trim Fabric
Step 2: Trim Tag and Loop
Step 3: Lay Acrylic on Top
Step 4: Adjust and then Close Frame
Step 5: Add included Hardware