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Showing posts with label Photos. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Photos. Show all posts

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Easy Rustic Movie Poster Frame

We have a movie theater theme in out living room but wanted to keep the rustic theme going in our house. So we made rustic frames for our movie theater.


  • Pine wood 1x4
  • Stain or Clear Coat
  • Tape Measure
  • Saw
  • Wood Glue
  • Nails and a nail gun
  • Hanging Hardware
  • Movie Poster
  • Tape


  1. Measure the height and width of your poster. 
  2. Measure out the length of your boards to fit your poster. Make sure you have them long enough that your don't cover a lot of the poster but short enough that you will be able to cover a bit of the edge with the frame. 
  3. Double check your measurements and then cut your boards. 
  4. Glue and nail together each board to create the frame. 
  5. Let the glue dry and then stain or clear coat the wood. 
  6. Attach the hanging hardware to the back of the frame. 
  7. After the frame is complete simply tape the corners and a couple edges of the poster to the frame. 
  8. Hang up your poster and then enjoy your movie and popcorn!

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Old Window Picture Frame

I found this old window and had to do something with it. 



  1. Find an old window
  2. Clean it up. Do not scrub to hard, you don't want to take away any of the distressed look. 
  3. Add the hanging hardware on the back. 
  4. Add your photos using small pieces of clear tape. 
  5. Hang it up!

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Antique Window Photo Frame

This is a great country chic way to show off your family photos!

  • Old Window Frame
  • Sandpaper
  • Chicken Wire
  • Wire Cutter
  • Staple Gun/Staple Hammer w/staples
  • Hammer and Nails or other hanging Materials
  • Clothes Pins
  • Favorite Family Photos

  1. Prepare your window. Mine was an old screen window from a cabin. I had to remove the old screen from the window before I could start. 
  2. Sand and clean the wood lightly. I left a lot of the original paint and just lightly cleaned it. You may want to add some paint and give it a little distressed look.  
  3. Cut the chicken wire to the size you need with a wire cutter
  4. Staple the chicken wire to the back of the window. Be very careful not to get hurt. Ask someone to help you if you need. 
  5. Make sure there are no wires sticking out that could poke into your wall when you hang it.
  6. Hang your window up vertically or horizontally.  
  7. Add your family photos using clothes pins.
  8. Show off your beautiful family and hard work!
  • Find an old window at a craft/antique shop or online. 
  • Use fun clips for hanging your photos for a little extra personality. 
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