Cow Fun

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1 Hour

I wanted to add a splash of color and whimsy to my pantry doors....I found these cute images of cows with some blue in it which seems to be my current color in the kitchen....

my cow images.....found these online for about 8 came in a set of 3 various images....I wanted the blue so I purchased 2 sets

step 1 is all about math...finding the center to attached the images

once the center is located we attached the picture with small nails...

some more math for cutting the wood trim that will frame the picture

one piece done now onto 7 more....we attached it with a brad nailer

1st cow picture framed cute! I am loving it!

a simple side by side to show we are covering up the white of the picture

both images framed out.....we are deciding should we paint the framing flat black or white though....leaning towards the black to go with the hardware.....

I hope this project was inspiring for you! I enjoyed making it, and love the finished project :) Hope you like it too!

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  • Miss Daisy Miss Daisy on Mar 20, 2019

    LOVE it !!! Bright and makes me smile . Did you put all 8 up ?, if so would LOVE to see it.

  • Sandra Sandra on Mar 20, 2019

    Please share details on how you made your barn doors.


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  • Lyn Lyn on Mar 24, 2019

    Soooo cute!!! It looks like they are looking at you through a window in the door!!!! If paint frame black!!!

  • CJ CJ on Jun 17, 2019

    I'm a little late with my reply but I'll offer my 2 cents anyway.

    I would leave the frames unfinished, perhaps with a clear coat over the doors and frames for protection from future years of use.

    I love that it looks like your cows are looking through the barn windows, must be feeding time, they want to come in!