Chic DIY Picture Holder

Everyone on your list will love a picture frame that is as easy to change photos as it is adorable.

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Materials Needed:

  • wooden piece (cut to 2x8x8) or pre-cut plaque
  • dowel cap
  • small clothes pin
  • decorative wooden or metal shapes (a crown, finial, etc.)
  • black spray paint
  • small piece of burlap (about 1/2 inch smaller than the plaque)
  • spray glue
  • hammer and 4 small furniture tacks

Cut Wood to Size

Start with a 2x8x8 plaque that from a home supply store. Then, cut a few more copies in the same size. If you don’t have a saw you can purchase your wood at a home supply store and have them cut it there for you. The pieces are about 10" long.

Add Accents

Attach a dowel cap from a craft supply store to the top of a wood piece.

Paint the Wood

Take the frame with the attached dowel cap and the decorative wood pieces to a well-ventilated area and apply a few coats of spray paint to all. This project uses Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover 2X in Canyon Black and Heirloom White.

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