This DIY Scrap Wood Photo Display was such an easy one to make. I saved this piece of scrap wood that came from our home remodel. At first I just made a sign and then decided to add clothespins to hold photos. This was such an easy project to complete and so special too!
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I prepped the scrap wood by sanding it. I left the nail holes and blemishes to lend to a more rustic look. After it was sanded, I stenciled “Count Your Blessings” on it and then stained and sealed the sign. I used my Cricut machine to make this somewhat large stencil. Be sure to check out my post on how to make extra large stencils in Cricut Design Space.
Next I hot glued some clothespins on the sign. Before hot gluing them, I chose to give the clothespins a quick coat of white paint, just to cover bits on the clothespins that would actually be seen.
My favorite part, add photos of those amazing blessings. Snapshots are awesome to use, and so easy to switch around.
I’m adding the free JPEG cut file of “Count Your Blessings” at the bottom of this post. It’s also available in the collection of JPEG cut files here. I hope you’ve enjoyed this easy DIY photo display.
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Click on the JPEG cut file to enlarge, then right click save. This file is for personal use only. Thank you! You can check out how to turn JPEG files into cut files in Cricut Design Space here.