Barn Wood Picture Frames

I have recently added a few more rustic elements to my usually traditional/modern décor. One project from Infarrantly Creative started as old fence posts from my neighbor’s trash pile. They had a gorgeous patina from days spent weathering the elements.

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With just a few mitered cuts, I was able to easily turn the slats into barn wood wall frames. The grayed wood was perfect for displaying pictures of my kiddos from an outdoor photo session. (Aren’t they too cute?!?) I love that the wood was totally free and little work since it required no stain, paint, or poly. It’s just naturally beautiful!

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Find out how to make your own frames at Infarrantly Creative.

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