Dimensions: 18.5 inches square, Thickness 5/8-inch, Weight 3.5 pounds. The frame is made of upcycled pallet wood. Two D-rings are mounted on back in such a way that you could hang it either square or diagonally, so all you need is a hammer, one or two nails, and a wall. $25.
I had several equal-sized pieces of pallet wood, already fully sanded, leftover from another project—a rolling foot rest/stool for my office. Wondering what to do with them, I pondered a square frame of some kind. Completely by coincidence, the dimension of the interior opening was 12 x 12 inches, exactly the same size as some cork panels I already had, leftover from yet another project; thus, no cutting was required before assembly! The thickness of the wood was also a good match for the thickness of the cork. I used Minwax “Espresso” stain and three coats of Minwax water-based clear satin Polycrylic on the pallet wood. I made a backing piece out of some leftover 1/8-inch thick underlayment and assembled it all with glue.
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