For all of you who really loved my shale floor installation last spring, I’m back with another nearly f-r-e-e project using the same stones found from the beaches of Lake Erie. It’s abundant, it’s natural, and it’s practically one of my favorite materials because it ties back in such a personal way to where I’m from.
With the right inspiration and a wet saw, my little collection of leftover shale was transformed into a beautiful and unique picture frame that I know we’ll have in our home for a long, long time.
Check out today’s post on DIY Network to see how my finished frame looks!
P.S. I’m not sure what it means subliminally to write back-to-back posts about picture frame construction. Earlier this week I shared a quick tutorial about assembling large barnwood mirror frames in this post on DIY Network. Check it out.