DIY Framed Wood Wall Art

This is a great DIY for someone looking to dive into power tools but nothing too crazy. You can even do this with hammer, nails and a little patience. I am currently making over my laundry room and was inspired to create some special pieces for the space – hope you like it! Stay rad xx.

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Comments

Claire B says:

love this DIY, i’m going to use this idea on some scrap timber slices i have…thank you x

Bruce A. Ulrich says:

How can these looks so cool and also be so simple? I like signs that have a lot of blank space in them. I recently made a large shiplap sign, and it had a lot of blank space too. Great job, Rachel!

Minimalista says:

I need to make some of these myself! 🙂

crystal cherry says:

Looks great are you going to hang them up if so how I’m just curious?

Debbie Evans says:

Killing it as always,so nice as something everyone cam do,watched your video while chilling by the pool in corfu thank God for Wi-Fi haha x

Terry Elisabeth says:

I love how easy you made this ❤❤❤❤❤

angela ortiz says:

I love that nicessssssss

Aleksandra Kocic says:

Looks great!

DIY Huntress says:

Love how minimal these are! Also, love the speed square trick! Awesome project, girl!

nicibdanza says:

What were the measurements?

Laura Filby says:

Absolutely brilliant, Babe. I really love this, I think one of my favourites. I’ve been wondering what to put on my new bathroom walls and this is a fantastic idea. Thank You, Love. I hope you’re having a happy 4th of July? xxxxx

ponypuu says:

Just waiting for you to get noticed. You’re truly awesome.

FERK UFF says:

Another great build ! Can you do a DIY cruiser board in the future if you have left over wood or time hahah 🙂

caroline scott says:

Great job. You could also put the letters on in reverse to create a mold, then fill with smooth cement to make a cement sign

Lisa Hancock Guthrie says:

I love, love, love it!

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