These picture frames look like they are made from reclaimed wood pallets but are really made from cheap white wood that's stained to look old and weathered! There's a great video tutorial that shows you how simple (and inexpensive) they are to make!
1. Found an old window shutter from the thrift store....$4.00 2. Acrylic paint (brown and teal)....$0.98 each. 3. Elmer's glue....$2.98 Used brown as my base, let it dry then put elmers glue ontop. While the glue was nearly dry but still tacky I applied the teal on top of it. The elmers glue helped give the antique/rustic look. Then I painted some old picture frames!
Our newest project. A rough pallet frame wall that says "Every Family has a story...Welcome to ours..." We will put up random pictures of all our adventures (as soon as I can find/make some antique/rustic picture frames). The whole thing is back lit and looks awesome at night. The lighted picture didn't do it justice.
Are you guys sick of this wall? I hope not because it's my favorite! I'm sharing it for #projectvignette. I display our family photos here in the miss matched frames. I made the arrow which has an "S" on it to represent our last name, and the year 2009, which is when my husband and I got married. The desk below is my favorite piece I've painted. For all of these reasons, this spot is special to me