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  • Nath Martyn

    Top 60 Furniture Makeover DIY Projects and Negotiation Secrets - Page 10 of 61 - picture frame bookshelves.

  • Tori Akins

    Thrift store frame + simple wooden box + paint and hooks = love. Perfect idea for book shelves and shadow boxes! :)

  • Brkn Dempsey

    I love the bookshelves. Thrift store frame + simple wooden box + paint and hooks = love. **Done these many times. But I did not use the simple wooden box. I used instead dresser drawers the a picture frame and painted it all one color.

  • Brandi Lilley

    Interesting idea for old frames into shadow boxes or shelving of some sort-Thrift Store Furniture Makeovers • Tutorials and ideas, including these "DIY picture frame shelves" by 'Change of Sceneries'!

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