How can you repurpose old shutters?

My kids had some old shutters and I want to make a family photo board from one. Any ideas?
  4 answers
  • FL FL on May 08, 2017
    Oh yes! paint, leave rustic, strip, use part as a corkboard or blackboard. Use clothespins to attach photos to shutters, add hooks to hang keys, so many options! Try here for more ideas:

  • here is one idea using clothespins

  • Mdo22971848 Mdo22971848 on May 09, 2017
    I like it. Very good use of reused materials. But my shutter is 6feet by 16 inches.

  • Katherine Anne Katherine Anne on May 19, 2017
    I think clothes pins are your best way to go. Don't forget that you can decorate the clothes pins as well by wiping a paint wash on them, painting them outright or even using pieces of fabric that you cover with glue in order to give it a awesome decoupauged look. I just had another thought about magnets. You could get a very thin lightweight magnet and glue it on the back of each picture and then have set spots on the shutter where you can put pictures...where you will glue a small washer on it, just paint the washer the same color that you have painted or stained the shutter and it'll blend in perfectly. I love to see what you end up doing with the shutters, please send in a picture!