Meghan
by Meghan

Rustic Wood Wall Art


A DIY blogger using GraphicStock! Distressed, stained, screwed and glued rustic wood with an easy DIY image transfer tutorial.
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  • Kate Palkovic Horn
    Kate Palkovic Horn
    on Sep 17, 2016

    I have been looking for the wire towel racks like motels have. I want my bath towels rolled up in a narrow wall rack that is handy to the tub.

  • Linda Cooper-Smith
    Linda Cooper-Smith
    on Dec 25, 2016

    I adopted an small old window I found in someone's pile of junk. I sanded it, and finshed it with polyurethane. I love to make stained glass projects so I decided to take advantage of the four panes of glass to make a flame. The top left pane was dark blue glass, and I cut three stripes red and fancy clear glass. I soldered them togetherand made them equal sizes for the two panes on the right side and stripes on the bottom left pane. I took the blue pane to a local shop that specializes in glass , and they etched 1776-2000 and 13 stars.

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