Scrap Wood Wall Art

At Home.Made.Interest, Melinda tells us that she found this wood in the scrap pile at Home Depot.  She brought it home with plans to turn it into some wall art for her gallery wall.


To get just the graywashed look she had in mind, Melinda actually layered two different types of stain onto the wood.  She hot glued the boards together to create a canvas.  Next, Melinda personalized her sign by cutting out some vinyl lettering:  the word “home”, and the GPS coordinates of her home’s location.  She applied the vinyl to the wood canvas and then hung it on the wall next to her family picture gallery wall.  How fun!


Learn more about this project (like how to find the latitude and longitude of your home) at Home.Made.Interest.

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