What WOOD You Frame?

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Introduction: What WOOD You Frame?

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I had four special pictures that I wanted to print on wood and display together. This is what I came up with!

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Step 1: Spray Paint an Old Frame

Step 2: Attach Clips to Wood Prints With String

The four wood pictures are from PhotoBarn, because they were on sale at the time. You can get pictures printed on wood many places or make your own.

The wood pictures have a slit in them where you would hang it on the wall with a nail. That would not work for this project so I knotted a piece of twine, fit it in the slit, and covered it with gaff tape/duct tape. Then add a clip to the end.

Step 3: Attach Wire to Frame

Secure wire to the frame then attach the wood pictures with clips. The wire and clips are from IKEA and leftover from another project I did.

Step 4: Attach Frame to Wall

To attach the frame to the wall I used picture frame hooks. If I was to do this again, I would have tried to space the hooks farther apart so they are hidden by the frame.

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    6 Discussions

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    Meglymoo87
    Meglymoo87

    4 years ago

    LOVE it! <3

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    Carpenter Guy
    Carpenter Guy

    4 years ago

    Very nice! I made a couple of these a while ago! Your frame is a lot nicer!

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    0izq
    0izq

    4 years ago

    Clever. Many possibilities. Nicely done.