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Thank you to RYOBI Nation for sponsoring today’s post on how to make a farmhouse style wooden ladder for photo display.
Last week I showed you the window seat that I built in my bedroom. Do you recall seeing the photos on the wall of my granddaughter? Those sweet photos are hanging on a wooden ladder that I built especially for displaying photos.
Click here to see the step-by-step directions on how to make this small wooden photo display ladder on RYOBI Nation. While you’re there, be sure to check out all of the other “Picture Perfect” photo display projects that other bloggers have made.
I got really ambitious and built two ladders! This larger one (shown above) is being used to hold linens right now. But I can see myself painting it red and using it for Christmas decorating somehow.
Back to the smaller ladder. I used these clips to hang the photos from the rungs of the smaller ladder. The small wooden ladder is light enough to be attached to the wall with Command Strips or you could just lean it against a wall.
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