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Julie Ranee Photography added this to Turn a Wooden Pallet Into Unique Photo Frames
8. Reclamp the board to finish the other half.Tip: Test the router on a piece of scrap board. Unplug the router before making any adjustments. Make sure you route on the inside edge and back side of the frame.We cut the boards and then routed, but a better option may be to route the entire board first and then make the cuts.

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Chris Wachowiak added this to fun
November 4, 2013
Photo frame
butterflychild16 added this to handy crafts
July 2, 2013
It's recycled, practical n rustic looking :)
Larisa Blakely added this to larisa_blakely's Ideas
June 21, 2013
Amazing
twjd added this to twjd's ideas
April 18, 2013
pallet frame
Elaine Babiy added this to picture hanging
April 10, 2013
8. Reclamp the board to finish the other half. Tip: Test the router on a piece of scrap board. Unplug the router before making any adjustments. Make sure you route on the inside edge and back side of the frame. We cut the boards and then routed, but a better option may be to route the entire board first and then make the cuts.
bcjaynes added this to bcjaynes's Ideas
April 8, 2013
Pallet picture frames
soniakotze added this to soniakotze's ideas
April 4, 2013
FRAMES
racky added this to racky's ideas
April 3, 2013
frames 9
Stephanie Slusar Design Co. added this to Projects
April 3, 2013
Route each board. We used a 1/2-inch router bit and adjusted the router so it was 1/4 inch in and 1/4 inch deep. Route half of the board. Make sure you route the inside edge and back side
denpubl added this to denpubl's ideas
April 3, 2013
USE ROUTER TO MAKE PICTURE FRAMES/PHOTO HOLDER
jeannieb4 added this to jeannieb4's ideas
April 3, 2013
Turn a Wooden Pallet Into Unique Photo Frames (11 / 14) 8. Reclamp the board to finish the other half. Tip: Test the router on a piece of scrap board. Unplug the router before making any adjustments. Make sure you route on the inside edge and back side of the frame. We cut the boards and then routed, but a better option may be to route the entire board first and then make the cuts.
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