27 Mar. 1995|
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As Sherry mentioned in her Pinterest Challenge post this morning, we DIYed some easy wood frames for her homemade artwork.
Since Sherry had painted two canvasses, I repeated the process with another piece of scrap wood to make a second frame. You need only a few tools and luckily, building material for this kind of wall is very cheap. Lie the lumber on the floor on it's narrow side; you'll see the wood has a slight, visible bend, or "crown". We started off on the right foot by digging out enough scrap wood from my enormous basement junk pile. It happened to be a different type of wood from our scrap wood (less polished, sort of knottier and more rustic), but at least it was the same size.
Although I’d need to buy wood, wood glue, a triangle, a saw, a staple gun, staples and photo hanging supplies.
Ive been waiting patiently all afternoon for this post :) I have a stack of offsized art that I dying to get up on my walls but spending all that dough on specialty sized frames seemed crazy to me.
When I got up this morning, I thought about making frames would be a great thing to learn so I could begin decorating our (hopefully) new home on the cheap.
She’s proud of teaching herself how to design wikiHow Talk pages and now puts those skills to use regularly, helping out other users.
You'll probably need help to lift the framing into place and hold it square while you fasten it to the floor & ceiling joists. I just really wanted to make simple frames so anyone at home without a Jig or other more complicated materials could follow along.
We figured this was the faster version of priming it with a brush, waiting for it to dry, and then painting it by hand – but that always works too (we have painted frames both ways with success). We follow those directions to the letter, and usually use a few of them to hold things up (ex: four of them on each edge of the frame).