Grapevine Heart Kitchen Door Frame
I had a couple of old kitchen door frames and wanted to make something cute with them. And this is my version of a repurposed kitchen door frame.
Kitchen Door Frame
Moulding 1/4" x 2" x 4' (Not Pictured)
White Paint (Not Pictured)
2 1/2" Burlap Ribbon
Stapler (Not Pictured)
3/8" Staples (Not Pictured)
Hot Glue Gun
Clear E6000 Glue
Pliers (Not Pictured)
Table Saw (Not Pictured)
Step 1: I painted the front of the door frame with white paint.
Step 2: I cut a piece of chicken wire to cover the back of the door frame, with about an 1 1/2" overhang on all four sides. Then, I stapled it to the door.
Step 3: I cut four pieces of moulding and stapled them to the back of the door to cover the kitchen wire. I covered the chicken wire as a safety feature so that it does not scratch the wall.
Step 4: I decorated the grapevine heart with greenery and lavender attaching them with hot glue and E6000. Lavender is my favorite, but you can decorate it to your own taste.
Step 5: I hot glued a toothpick to one of the ends of the burlap ribbon.
Step 6: I then inserted the toothpick to the top of the heart and hot glued it.
Step 7: I pulled the burlap ribbon over the frame and glued it to the back.
Step 8: And this is my version of a repurposed cabinet door frame with a grapevine heart looks like.
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- Cabinet Door Frame
- E6000 (Michaels)
- Greenery/Flowers (Michaels)
- Chicken Wire (Home Depot)
- Heart Grapevine Wreath (Michaels)
- Paint (Home Depot)
- Hot glue gun (Hobby Lobby)
- Ribbon (Hobby Lobby)
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