Making Inspirational Living Wall Frames

Making Inspirational Living Wall Frames

hey guys thank you for watching this build was part of a series of projects made for the Rhode Island home show so you’ll see a few more of those projects coming up soon. These of all verbiage pieces or whatever you want to call them were framed from uh pallet wood with a quarter-inch plywood backer board and the letters were cut from a quarter-inch plywood as well and painted with chalk paint. I really liked all the textures in this one. If you’re new here be sure to subscribe, new videos every Monday. Don’t forget to follow me on instagram, you can see all the other Rhode Island home show pieces that I’ve built and see the photos as they have progressed. Thanks for watching.

100 thoughts on “Making Inspirational Living Wall Frames

  1. Music: Joe Mungovan – Again
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  2. Between the great music choice and your video style, I am relaxed.  Nap time at work I suppose, I'll be under my desk.  LOL.  Great work Paul.  Nice design work.  <(")

  3. Wow, I really like that look. Reminds me a little of something you would see in a window display for a high end clothing store.

  4. You by far have the best taste in music of any you tuber, And you also have amazing projects. Stay safe and creative brother.

  5. So damn cool. Thanks for sharing Paul. I really liked learning about your offset letter technique

  6. Cool project / build! Great video! FANTASTIC song choice, I love the music and it fit the video SO well!. I usually feel upbeat stuff works better for build videos, but this song was very complimentary to the movie… I am sure it is also a reflection of your editing skills. Good Job!!!

  7. You continue to amaze me, Paul. Pretty neat project! So do they have to water that moss? If they spray water on it, are the word cut-outs sealed with poly? Or does it not really matter? Maybe it's just fake moss.

  8. The slow motion bits to the music got me 😁 Simple concept finished in a way that's eye-catching. I like it!

  9. Well, I think you're very wrong in the description of the video Sir. Nothing to see there? One of the best videos about feeling and editing that I saw, and how woodworking should not be the center of the scene always, also in the case of woodworkers. A concept of community art too. This is great, I'm a very happy subscriber 🙂

  10. very aesthetically pleasing Paul. and you're right I love all the different textures you incorporated into it.

  11. Nah, still can't think of anything to pick on you for, music is cool, build is grouse ( that's Australian for great 👍) & your a cool dude, ok keep em coming mate 👍👍👍

  12. Paul they came out great,as always i enjoyed the episode build,filming,soundtrack,the complete package was better than the last,as i'm sure the next will be,all the best to you and yours my friend

  13. Innovative project! I saw a place in San Francisco where they had liquefied moss and mixed it with glue. Then they painted it onto a wall in a design…and it grew!

  14. I really like your editing. The music, while still hearing the noises from the shop. Very calming to watch.

  15. Your channel is the most soothing thing I have ever experienced. Having a bad day? Stressed out? Anxiety through the roof? Just watch a Jackman Works video and all is once again right in the world.

  16. Hey pal. Really nice video. How long do you think these things are going to be alive? Do they last for a couple years? I mean the green living thing (don't know how to call it in english haha)

  17. Great work Paul, and really nice video. Hey, I also checked the build article (nicely done!) and was wondering if the dried and preserved moss can be attached directly to a backing (like wood or metal) using hot glue. I see how you have chicken wire elevating it, but am guessing that is to make the moss look more volumous as opposed to the moss requiring this …thank you for any tips!

  18. q slow motion titling and M U S I C making things to have responses themselves while viewing. or jts me screaming snapping lighting stomping thunder while ur fucked watchign it.

  19. Wow this man is amazing! You guys should do a 101 basics to wood work! I want to learn how to make things like this but definitely need to learn the basics first! Also I love ❤️ the song in this video!

  20. Please tell me you have one of these by now………. makes your life SO much better!!!!

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