I actually didn't end up doing any of my original ideas (fill them with scrapbook paper, make them into ornaments, or turn them into pincushions). The end product involved scrapbook paper, but that's not the main feature...
They're reversible! Since small frames can be harder to fill, I wanted to start out with some options.
I made them by cutting scrapbook paper down to size and adding Christmas stickers (which were 50% off at JoAnn the day I went) to each side.
The green one is the oddball that doesn't have anything on the back. But that's okay, because I really like what's in there now. Plus, since that frame is the biggest, it'll be easier to fill with other, non-holiday stuff later.
I probably won't display them as a group, but I took a class picture anyway. Ignore how blindingly white the middle paper is; it's not that bright in person (stupid camera):
Have you made any decorations this year? Anybody else making use of glittery stickers? If you look at it kind of fast, doesn't that reindeer look like a dog?
By the way, the Cyber Monday sale is still going on in both shops. All items in LWC are marked 20% off, and you can use coupon code HOLIDAYS20 over at Oh Nostalgia to save 20% and get free gift wrapping.