Hey guys!  I’m still working on displaying pictures in our house.  This is a process that I’m afraid I will never be caught up on but it’s fun to try!  My newest photo display is this Photo Wall Hanging.


This project was super easy and CHEAP!  It took about an hour to complete and was under $10!

I was able to make every bit of this with scrap wood:) Here are the measurements I used:

1 – 1×6 @ 21.5″

3 – 1×6 @ 5.5″ x 8″

1 – 1×4 @ 18″

I stained the 1×6 pieces with one coat of Minwax Dark Walnut stain

and I sprayed two coats of Rust-Oleum Heirloom White spray paint on the 1×4 and followed up by distressing the edges with my 3M sanding block and staining them with the Minwax Dark Walnut stain.

Time to build!  I spread Gorilla Glue Epoxy on the back side of the 1×4

and placed it to dry on top of the 21.5″ 1×6.

Next, I used Elmer’s Spray Adhesive to attach a 5×7 of each of my kiddos to a 1×6 plaque.

While I waited for everything  to dry, I cut 3 strips of this super cute Waverly fabric, folded them down on each side and secured with hot glue.  (You can determine the length you would like for the fabric strips based on where you would like your pictures to hang)

I tied a knot in the middle of each fabric strip

and stapled the end of each strip on to the back of the small 1×6’s.

For the finishing touch, I added these pretty glass knobs that I purchased at Wal-Mart for $6 a set.  Not a bargain but I liked that the screws on the back were not attached, making it easier to add them to my project!  Plus, this was my only expense!

I applied a dab of Gorilla Glue Epoxy on three knobs

and I spaced them out evenly on the white 1×4. 

I placed each picture over a knob and project complete!!!





I love that this was a 1-hour project for under $10!  Whoop!  Thanks so much for stopping by:)


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  1. This is beautiful! I’d love for you to link up with my linky at The Southern Institute whenever you can. Here’s the link:


    Such a great way to display photos!


  2. I absolutely LOVE this! It looks fantastic. I would love it if you would stop by and link up at my party! : )


  3. Very nice job! I didn’t realize that glue would hold that much weight. BTW~ I just recently used gorilla glue for the first time and it STINKS!! I love this project!

  4. I just love how this turned out! Can I copy you (with credit, of course)? This would make a great gift for grandparents. Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. I love this idea.. I will definitely be trying something like this one day. I was so inspired by your headband holder that I made two of them this weekend for granddaughters that are on the way. I’ll be posting about them tomorrow. Im linking back to you in my post. Thanks!

  6. I LOVE it! It looks so good. I love it when a project uses things that you already have on hand! So cute! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Oh what a great idea. YOur pictures look fabulous and I love them hanging on the wood. Beautiful. Hugs, Marty

  8. That looks great! I have some pictures to display in my daughter’s room and was trying to come up with something like this, but yours is much better than what I was envisioning! Great job!

  9. Ha ha! I was just going to tell you that I’m pinning just about every thing you post on here, and wondered if you minded, then I saw the pinterest button at the bottom. Love this! I will most definitely be doing this project, thanks for all the great ideas and inspiration!

      1. What a cute idea! I love this! What type of wood did you use? I plan on making something like this for my sister’s bridal shower with her engagement pictures! Please let me know ASAP. And matte or glossy paper for the pictures?