Diy Canvas Barnwood Frame
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DIY Canvas Barnwood Frame For this week's project, my good friend Dustin and I built a custom barn wood frame for a canvas photo for his clinic.This is a very fun project, is easy to make, and can be done in a day! All thats needed for this project is some reclaimed barn wood (or wood of choice), wood glue, a miter or circular saw, and nailgun or hammer and nails.
Check out the video tutorial, step-by-step post, downloadable plans, and custom canvas printing from Pictorem.The photo for the canvas was taken by Brandon Ostermiller of Bozeman, Montana.I'd highly recommend his services.
Tools Needed Miter Saw- I'd recommend a 12 inch sliding, miter saw.Table Saw - I recommend Rigid or Ryobi saws.Drill- I use Ryobi drills.Nail Gun (you could use hammer and nails instead)Tape Measure, Ruler, Pencil Optional: Orbital Sander- Ryobi makes a nice one.
Clamps- Clamps are helpful for any project.I love to use JackClampsSpeed Square Supplies Needed Canvas Print from Pictorem - Click here to purchase yours, their prices and services are amazingBarnwoodWood Glue - I recommend Gorilla GlueSandpaper, Screws, Nails Clean the Barnwood and Cut to Size We'll start this project by making sure the barnwood is completely free of any nails, screws, dirt, and debris.