Key Rack/Mask Hanger

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The finished picture with hooks on the bottom.I purchased a picture frame to make a clock. Inside the picture frame was a picture that I decided to use for this craft project to make a key rack because I didn't want anything useful to go to waste. So for the cost of the picture frame ($2.75), I was able to make two craft projects.


With the pandemic situation, this could serve as a mask hanger instead of a key rack!

Total Time: 1 hour

Yield: 1


The framed picture before being disassembled.


  1. From the wood, cut four mitered pieces, using a mitre saw the dimensions of the perimeter of the picture. Paint mitered pieces. Let dry. Cut a back piece from masonite the same size as the the perimeter of the picture with the wood mitered pieces around it. Center picture onto masonite. Using a pencil, draw around the picture for placement. Glue picture to masonite.
  2. Cutting the pieces of frame with a power saw.
    Painting the frame pieces before assembly.
    A square board before framing.
    The artwork added to the square backing.
  3. Screw the four mitered pieces to the back of the frame, using screws and screwdriver. Predrill holes to bottom of front and screw cup hooks to bottom of frame.
  4. Drilling holes in the backing.
    Adding in holes for the hooks.

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