Today I am excited to share with you a new DIY! I have had several people asking where I got this shiplap frame that has appeared in now my spring and now fall home tours! I made it back in the spring and the footage is finally being resurrected from my camera so that I can share how I made it with you! This is a great project for those of you with a pile of scrap wood namely the “pallet wood” variety since it features a pallet wood background that can help you bust through that pallet wood pile! This is a simple farmhouse DIY that you can do in day! Not to mention the possibilities are endless since you can paint it any colors you choose and switch out the prints from season to season! If you’re looking for some ideas look no further than my free prints HERE
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The Supplies You’ll Need:
Chalk Paint I Used Amy Howard One Step Paint. I used Bahaus Buff for the “shiplap” and Linen for the frame.?
Pennies for Spacers
Scrap Pallet Wood (2-3 pieces is all you need)
Furring Strips 1×2 inches by 8ft
Scrap Wood I used cabinet wood
Hamer or Nail gun I love the Ryobi Airstrike!!
3/4 inch Nail brads for nail gun or 3/4 nails for hammer
1 1/2 inch wood screws for hanging on the back
DIY Shiplap Frame Video Tutorial
I hope you enjoy this video tutorial! Be sure to pin the image below so that you can save this idea for later!!!
3 thoughts on “DIY Shiplap Frame Tutorial”
I love this and want to make it for my new home! Thank you for showing me how!
Love this frame! But, how did you secure the print?
Thank you! My prints are secured with the power of double sided tape! lol I know not the most technical way but it works and it makes it easy for me to switch them out from one season to the next super quick!