Today’s project is cheap and easy! It’s an extra large picture frame cork board.
I picked up this picture frame a couple of months ago at the thrift store. I think it was $5-$7. It is really large.
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I picked up a bunch of 2×4 pieces of this thick cork board really cheap at Home Depot last year. I cut it on the table saw. It makes a much cleaner cut than it does when I use a utility knife.
I don’t use this handy Logan Dual Point Driver Elite often, but it sure does the job when I need it. It drives the points into the frame and holds the thick cork board in place.
I hung it on the fence and decided that I wasn’t wild about the color. I thought it needed to be toned down a little.
In this photo you can see the difference the yummy glaze makes in the color.
Much better color! This extra large picture frame cork board can be hung either horizontally or vertically. It will be going to Glendale in October. I need to find some unique push pins to make it unique. I used repurposed jewelry push pins for the syroco frame, but this chunky fella needs something larger. What do you think?
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