Chic décor for your wall
Learn how to make this minimalist picture frame.
Interested in on-trend tips and more DIY solutions for attractive home décor? Read our article “Time for a new look” in the Home & Lifestyle section of Amagram Print magazine, Issue 05/2015.
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Hanging up a quote or motto where you see it every day can be the mental boost you need.
“Few things in the world are more powerful than a positive push.” – Rich DeVos, co-founder of Amway
“The ability to learn is the most important quality a leader can have.” –Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook
“… dreams do not come true just because you dream them. It’s hard work that makes things happen. It’s hard work that creates change.” –Shonda Rhimes, producer and screenwriter
You’ll want to protect your beautiful handmade frame. Use Wax Furniture Polish to polish the wooden frame and L.O.C. Glass Cleaner to give the glass a brilliant shine to best display your images.
High-end furnishing stores aren’t the only place to find unique pieces for your home. Are you a crafty, do-it-yourself (DIY) kind of person? Why not spruce up your environment with this DIY project?
A wood panel frame is a beautiful way to display photos, artwork or an inspirational quote to motivate you as an ABO. If you’re an entrepreneur who works often from home, creating a pleasant atmosphere is especially important. This project only requires a few simple woodworking tools and a stroll down the aisles of a hardware store. Visit the picture frame section to find two matching frames. For the wood background, look for the colour and texture that appeals the most to you. The wood panel could be made from a shelf, a wooden shutter or even terrace flooring.
Two frames in different sizes
Glue compatible for adhering frame material to wood
Unvarnished wood panel that is thinner than the larger frame
Electric jigsaw (power tool)
Clamps (optional, but recommended)
Gather the supplies listed above.
Remove the backing and glass from the larger frame and trace its inner edges on the wood panel.
Centre the smaller frame inside the traced shape and trace its outer edges on the wood panel.
Drill holes near the inside corners of the smaller traced shape, drilling as close to the line without crossing it. The holes should be large enough to allow a jigsaw to turn the corner.
With the jigsaw, cut along the traced line, carefully turning at the corners to cut out the inner shape. Check to see if the small frame fits in the cut space. If it doesn’t, use the jigsaw to shave off a little more wood until the frame fits snugly in the hole.
Cut out the larger traced line and check to see if the wood panel fits inside the larger picture frame. Sand the cut edges of the wood frame and use a damp cloth to remove any dust.
Draw a bead of the adhesive around the inner cut of the wood panel and slide the smaller frame into the hole. Wipe off any excess glue and let it completely dry. For a firmer set, use clamps to tighten the wood panel around the small frame.
Draw a bead of adhesive around outer cut of the wood panel and slide the larger frame around it, wiping off any excess glue and clamping the outer frame around the wooden frame until it is firmly set.
Note: How your frame looks will be different depending on what kind of wood panel or picture frames you select.
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