As one of 25+ bloggers participating in the Thrift Store Décor Challenge this month, I am excited to share how I made this vintage yardstick picture frame for under $10. When you get to the bottom of this post you will be treated to some serious creativity so please hop around to each blog and get to know us and our thrifty goodness.
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Yes, I am known for scouring flea markets and collecting “stuff”. This vintage yardstick picture frame has helped put a dent into one of my many collections. Old chairs, cabinet doors, picture frames and yardsticks always make their way home with me. I love the faded, worn colors and the typography of the various advertising on an old yardstick.
This vintage yardstick picture frame was a quick and easy project that has added some character and color to the gallery wall I am slowly building up in my Modern Farmhouse Kitchen.
I pulled this well loved picture frame from one of my other collections and had my husband cut the yardsticks 14 inches long. He stapled each end into the lip of the frame and added some screws to hold the letter “B” in the center of the frame. Within 15 minutes this vintage yardstick picture frame was hanging up on the kitchen gallery wall.