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Create a Custom Natural Wall Art Piece With Wooden Shims

I have a fond love of decorating with do-it-yourself wall art. Filling bare walls can become pretty expensive with custom art pieces and that is only when you can actually find something that truly fits your style and personality. You get exactly what you looking for when you create your own pieces ...
  • Sarah Jones

    Wood Shim wall art piece by Stephanie Lynn

  • Carolyn Crawford

    wood art The tutorial is here: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/01/create-custom-natural-wall-art-piece.html

  • Kelly Coulter

    wooden wall art

  • Krystal Powell McCarthy

    make a wooden art piece

  • Kimberly MacMartin

    DIY Wood Wall Art...for cheap! Stephanie started out with a piece of luan that she trimmed with scrap moulding using Gorilla Glue and staples for reinforcement. She then used hot glue to attach six packs of wooden shims to her frame in an alternating stripe pattern. She lightly sanded the shims then stained to get the color depth she desired. The end result is an easy and inexpensive project that gave Stephanie the unique rustic element she craved for her living room.

  • Melindia

    100 Creative DIY Wall Art Ideas to Decorate Your Space via Brit + Co. Wood Shim Wall Art (Love the vases too)

  • Sandra Keever

    DIY Wall Art : DIY Create a Custom Natural Wall Art Piece With Wooden Shims

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