DIY Triptych Frame

After my kids being in school for a full week things are calming down.  Of course we are into cross country season and that makes our weekends crazy and fun filled...and I love it!

It has been a long time since I have had a chance to get back into regular blogging, I felt a real need to focus on my family and not stress about projects or blogging until my kids were back in school.

The moments and the memories we create in our home far outlast any project or post, and my kids are growing so much faster than I ever could have imagined possible.  I have been trying my best to make the most of it, even if there are moments of tearing my hair out...you know, with six kids life isn't always peaches and cream.  Right?  Unless you have a secret to share???  I am all ears!

Just know I am here, and have big plans for the future to be better and share more.  More projects and more of me.  What?!  I know, just what you wanted!  :) Muah ha ha ha!!

But enough rambling...I am loving my latest project that is seriously so fun and versatile.  It makes me giddy.  A DIY Triptych Frame.

Not only is this DIY Triptych Frame from MyLove2Create easy to build but it makes a huge statement in the home, with endless possibilities of displaying art, family photos, and even seasonal art.  This is a must do project to fill a large blank wall too!

You know I have been working on my master bedroom for FOR.EV.ER.  This frame has saved me by filling up a huge blank wall that has been screaming and taunting me for months.

I am feeling super happy about it too.  For all the details and a full tutorial on how to make your own just head on over to Remodelaholic to check out my post!  And just in case you don't know what the heck triptych means, I explain that too.

Hugs!
Mindi


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3 comments

  1. What a cool project! I love it! I love that you can easily change out the artwork. Thanks so much for sharing this at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop.
    (by the way I'll be featuring this at our next party!!)

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  2. Hi Mindi, Hope you have a great Labor day weekend. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Pinned & shared. Always great to see your projects.

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  3. Love the frame and I can see that it does have endless possibilities! thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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