From Fruit Drying Racks to Picture Frames

From Fruit Drying Racks to Picture Frames

[Editor's Note: Amanda Kuzak has a great eye for up-cycling. Anyone who looks at old wooden fruit drying racks salvaged from a barn attic and sees a clever way to display photos is alright by me. I’ve never seen binder clips look so good. - Jen]

DIY Picture Frame

Amanda currently has her racks displaying photos, but she has other plans for them in the future: "These DIY picture frames will be fun to display holiday cards too! It will definitely be fun to keep changing things up."

DIY Picture Frame

 

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