For the past few years, my walls have all been large gallery walls with lots of different little frames. As much as I loved them, I got the evil eye from my husband when I suggested hanging them again in our new house. Since they take a lot of work to get perfectly straight, I got vetoed on gallery walls. I have been looking for new ways to hang my pictures including large picture collages and using different things such as cabinet doors as frames.
The first thing you need to do is remove the hardware and clean the glass. Leave any hardware on the front on, to complete the look, but remove any hanging hardware that helped attach the door to the cabinet. Next measure your panes and figure out what size of photos you will need.
In order to fill my entire pane of glass, I needed vertical 8x10s. I decided to scrounge through all the old photos I have printed and use pictures from varying stages of our life. A couple of my prints that I wanted to use were horizontal, but it was close enough that I was able to fudge them a bit.
I really loved how it ended up turning out. I was even more surprised that my husband seems to like it too. He is usually indifferent to my projects. ;) I love that by just using scotch tape, I have made it easy to switch out photos for newer ones if I decide to update the look. This hangs in our upstairs hallway and the long door is perfect for the narrow walls in the space!