DIY Wood Photo Plaques

It's the second Wednesday of the month, which means it's time for another This month's theme was "metallic paint" and I decided to use my favorite metallic gold spray paint to make a couple wood photo plaques for my hall gallery wall.
I kept the project simple and used precut wood from Michaels. A few simple steps later and I had the perfect customized place to share beautiful pictures of my kids. The best part is, it's super easy to change and rotate pictures!
You can find the full step by step tutorial (along with many other thrifty DIY and decor ideas) by following the link below.

Katie @ Little House of Four
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  • Ber10381141 Ber10381141 on Oct 08, 2016
    What way did you do to keep the pictures on

  • Larysa Theriault Larysa Theriault on Mar 21, 2017
    i have back splash that i hate--can i just put peel & stick tile on top of them--i worry about the end being too high--also every so often i have a medallion as decorative piece-- will peel & stick work? i do not want to take the tiles down as they are all grouted and i feel i might also destroy the wall-causing me work i cannot fix.

  • Zan Miller Welch Zan Miller Welch on Apr 20, 2017
    Where did you get the hardware. The ones in the middle bottom where you put sibilings

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  • Sirkku Sirkku on Aug 20, 2016
    Looks great, thanks for sharing

  • LINDA LINDA on Mar 18, 2017
    Love it!! I might just go a little more "me" and paint or decorate the wood board around the edges for a little "extra"....so fun!!! and it'll save me a bundle on buying frames all the time!!!

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