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How to Make a Frame out of a Pallet! - Frame a Map or Picture

   
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How to make a frame out of a pallet. DIY PETE will frame a map using this process. I had a pallet laying around and thought this would be the perfect project to use it for. I absolutely love maps and found some awesome raised relieved topographic maps from a company named Hubbard Scientific. For more info, project photos, and downloadable plans check out: (I made 2 maps during the build.) One is of the state of Montana. The other is of the valley and region I live in. These were gifts for my older brother. Use a miter saw to cut a 45 degree angle at each corner. The top and bottom boards will be the same size. The left and right boards will be the same size as well. Dry fit the boards together to ensure they fit correctly. Once the 2 1/2 inch boards for the frame look good you can move on to the trim. Use a miter saw to cut the 1 inch trim. Cut at a 45 degree angle. Dry fit the trim around the frame. Measure each board one at a time to ensure a perfect fit. Assemble Next, assemble your frame. I’d recommend using e a 90 degree angle clamp to get a tight fit at the mitered corners. Put a little wood glue on each corner and then use a nailer with 1 1/2 inch 18 gauge nails to nail them together. Do this for each corner. Attach the 1 inch trim using a nailer. Use 1 1/2 inch 18 gauge nails. Mounting hardware Attach picture hanging hardware so you can hang the map on a wall. Center the hardware on the top board. Attaching the map Set the map in from the backside to make sure it fits. If you are wanting to frame a photo I’d recommend using a router to cut a rabbet (or inset) into the frame. The inset will hold glass and a picture in place. You’d then put cardboard or some sort of backing behind the photo to hold it in place. To keep the backing in I’d recommend using push points. Sealing the frame I decided to seal the project after attaching the map. I’d recommend sealing before attaching it, but since I forgot to I simply masked the map using cardboard. I used a waterbased sealer from Minwax. It kept the wood the natural color and added a nice layer of protection. It also dried super quick and was easy to apply. (No fumes either!) ---- Looking for more DIY videos? Be sure to check out our channel and subscribe for updates! We post a weekly tutorial every Thursday. Looking for woodworking, concrete working, and other DIY projects plans to follow? You can download plans for free at

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