I love doing DIY projects and when it’s blazing hot out, the easier the better. So today as part of the Power Tool one board challenge I’m sharing how you can make an easy DIY Picture Frames. Once you’ve made one you’ll be ready to whip up a bunch!
Easy DIY Picture Frames
Let’s get to it… affiliate links are included for your convenience, you can find more info here.
Picture Frames Supply List:
Here’s the cuts you will need to make for this size frame.
- two 15″ (measured from the furthest tips)
- two 21″ (measured from the furthest tips)
Use your miter saw at a 45 degree angle to make your cuts. Then match up your corners with your display side face down.
This part is best with a helper. Add a thin strip of wood glue to one of the inner corners. Then have one person press the edges together while the other person uses a staple gun to connect the two pieces together.
Continue around, repeating this process until all the corners are done.
For this rustic look I started by giving the picture frames a thin coat of watered down gray craft paint.
Once it was dry I gave it a coat of Kona stain, following the directions on the can.
The results was a gorgeous, deep wood tone with some gray undertones – which I LOVE!
If you haven’t tried your hand on making your own picture frames you need to! You’ll be surprised at how easy it is.
Oh and if you LOVE that autumn printable – you can grab it for FREE Here: Autumn Printable
Now make sure you check out all the other ONE BOARD Power Tool Projects below… I know I can’t wait!
Scroll Saw Wooden Basket by Kim Six Fix
Easy DIY Picture Frames by Domestically Speaking
DIY Wood Letter Jewelry Hanger by Designs By Studio C
Circle Back Kids Chair Plans by Her Tool Belt
Easy Wood Pumpkin Cutout by H2OBungalow
DIY Pizza Bread Board by Refresh Restyle
Small Step Stool by My Repurposed Life
DIY Glue Gun Holder by Virginia Sweet Pea
DIY Wooden Movie Projector by Thrift Diving